This Cleveland Browns Johnny Manziel Farewell Tribute Video Will Make You Legitimately Sad For Clevelanders


That Adele song gives me a lump in my throat every time I hear it. Pair that with the collective hope Manziel once instilled in Cleveland and the circus he delivered, this makes for one legitimately sad video. Like I feel like I should start a GoFundMe for the entire city of Cleveland to fund therapy sessions. Living in Cleveland is sad enough, having the worst uniforms in professional sports is depressing, but having your next Great Hope potentially party his career away is a knockout blow. Thoughts and prayers go out to everyone in Cleveland during this difficult time.

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This guy.

Please etch this quote on my gravestone. Thanks.

Can someone check on this guy? Wouldn’t be surprised if he left his car engine running in his garage after the failed Manziel experiment.

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Johnny leaving Cleveland like

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