Johnny Manziel finally wore out his welcome in Cleveland.
The Browns released the former 2014 first round draft pick and expected franchise quarterback after two seasons with the team. Manziel's laundry list of off the field problems have been well documented, leading to multiple suspensions and demotions.
During his time on the field, while very brief, the former Heisman Trophy winner played in only 15 games (eight starts) and threw only seven passing touchdowns and one rushing score. Numbers that pale in comparison to his two years of college production, which totaled 63 touchdowns through the air and 30 on the ground.
Take that in for a moment.
It's now evident Manziel wasn't ready for the NFL. He couldn't handle the freedom, the money or the responsibility of it all. He failed with every second and third chance granted to him by an organization and city yearning for success. Even ultimate good guy Josh McCown couldn't save Manziel from self-destruction.
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Sure, the player who once thrilled college football fans with his dynamic play-making ability and "money" hand gesture is human. He's still a very young and wealthy 23-year-old unemployed person who bombed his first job in the real world.
So what's next for Johnny Football?
Maybe a team desperate for a difference-maker at quarterback takes a chance. But probably not.
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When Manziel's alleged assault on his ex-girlfriend was sent to a district attorney it may have been too much to return from. His family feared for Manziel. His agent cut all ties. And now the Browns have too.
Only time will tell if Johnny will be playing NFL football again. But before he has to try to convince an organization to take a chance on him he might want to stop convincing himself that his lifestyle is not a problem.