Johnny Manziel Has Moved To A Suburban Golf Community So Retirement Must Be Right Around The Corner
Johnny Manziel has moved out of downtown Cleveland and into a golf course community outside of town, according to a source.
Fresh start, fresh digs.
Manziel’s old home, the Metropolitan at The 9, was the site of an alleged Nov. 22 assault of a fan by a member of Manziel’s “entourage” at 2:36 a.m. Manziel was not listed as a suspect, and the fan, Chris Gonos, later apologized publicly. Manziel said shortly after the incident that the fan aggressively approached him.
Golf has been a focal point on Manziel’s life, and ESPN’s source says it’s played a key factor in his rehabilitation.
The Cleveland Browns quarterback spent two months at a treatment facility and was released in April. He subsequently apologized to the team and is expected to compete for the starting job.
In slightly less important news, he and girlfriend Colleen Crowley also purchased matching sunglasses.
This may be the first reported case of a 22-year-old moving away from the party and into a golf community. Manziel’s personality may be Benjamin Buttoning. We’ll keep an eye on it.