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Johnny Manziel

Also Known As: Jonathan, John, Johnny Football

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Date of Birth: December 6, 1992
Height: 5'11"
Hometown: Tyler, Texas, United States
In a Relationship With:
Colleen Crowley (rumored)
Best Quotes:

I still see myself as young, the same guy I was before I ever won the Heisman. Hopefully my friends still feel I'm the same way. I just want people to know I'm still the same person I've always been.

The thing that's caught me off guard is going to dinner and people asking me for autographs or to take a picture. People coming to my house asking for autographs - that's something I really haven't grasped the whole entirety of yet.

I don't see myself as Johnny Football.

Johnny Manziel (born Jonathan Paul Manziel in Tyler, Texas on Dec. 6, 1992), aka Johnny Football, is a football quarterback for the Cleveland Browns. He was drafted by the Browns as the 22nd overall pick of the 2014 NFL Draft. He made his college football debut in 2012 at Texas A&M University, where he became the first freshman to win the Heisman Trophy, the Manning Award and the Davey O’Brien National Quarterback Award.

Best Known For:
Johnny Manziel is best known for being a rookie quarterback for the Cleveland Browns. He made headlines when he gave the Washington Redskins bench the middle finger during a game on Aug. 19, 2014.

Personal Life:
Johnny Manziel is close friends with rapper Drake and NBA superstar Lebron James. Johnny is currently rumored to be dating Texas Christian University student Colleen Crowley. He has come under fire not only for flipping off his opponents on Aug. 19, but also for his off-field behavior during the 2013 offseason. That includes his “early departure from the Manning Passing Academy after allegedly oversleeping,” as well as getting kicked out of a University of Texas frat party. He was also suspended from Texas A&M for the first half of the season opener against Rice University after he was accused of accepting money in exchange for autographs. The NCAA ultimately did not find any proof that he had been taking payments, however.