The Cleveland Browns have reportedly pulled a Johnny Manziel. They have lied about their troubled player to cover for him, as they’ve said he had a concussion to cover up for him after going to practice drunk.
NFL Network’s Mike Silver was the first to report this news. He was on television today and detailed the information that he knows, including how the Browns helped protect and enable Manziel, according to the veteran journalist.
“I was with a Browns player yesterday,” Silver said. “Johnny Manziel, going into what would have been a start late in the season, showed up drunk at practice on a Wednesday. The Browns lied and said he was in the concussion protocol.”
He reportedly had a concussion on the Wednesday prior to their season finale game against the Pittsburgh Steelers in Cleveland. Manziel was a no-show for this game, as he was reportedly partying in Las Vegas the night before.
Before the game with the Steelers, he was ruled out and reportedly missed treatment on Sunday morning of the Steelers game. He was in a disguise of a blonde wig and a mustache while in Planet Hollywood and reportedly asked for his service to be comped so he didn’t have to use his credit card, before his bill was eventually paid.
After Manziel’s latest incident with his ex-girlfriend Colleen Crowley, he’s expected to be released by the team in March. He was a bust with the Browns — and wanted to go to the Dallas Cowboys, which he made no secret about.
However, after his police report came out last week, the team has decided that they’ll no longer pursue the troubled signal caller. There’s only going to be a few teams — if at all — who would be interested in signing him since he’s been nothing but problems for the team.
Late in the season, he reportedly lied to former head coach Mike Pettine and the team about a video that surfaced that saw him drinking. He told his friends to also lie to the team, before being demoted to third string quarterback just days after the team said they would start him for the rest of the season.
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