Drew Rosenhaus decided to terminate his short-term working relationship with Manziel. It’s the second agent that fired Manziel since Feb.
While everybody is leaving him, he still plans to play in the NFL in 2016. That’s, of course, if any of the teams would take him.
Right now, it doesn’t look good. His career may be over after just two seasons — which came with the Cleveland Browns.
Manziel was the 2014 first-round pick in the NFL Draft by the Browns. Yet, since he came on board, it seemed like they enabled him to do whatever he wanted.
He was a headache throughout his tenure. He even missed the team’s season finale in Cleveland against conference rival, the Pittsburgh Steelers.
The former Texas A&M Aggies signal-caller allegedly was partying in Las Vegas the night before then was a no-show for the concussion protocol on Sunday morning.
Then in Jan., he was involved in an incident with his ex-girlfriend Colleen Crowley, who she said threatened to kill him before committing suicide. While Manziel says otherwise, the police report makes a whole different claim.
This case eventually event to a grand jury today. They’re going to decide if he’s going to be charged in the case.