The off-season exploits of the Cleveland Browns rookie Quarterback Johnny Manziel have been very well documented.
Players have various ways of spending their free time in between NFL seasons and Manziel's first off-season has divided opinions.
His constant partying has resulted in some incredible stories and pictures that have flooded through social media and news services.
From pictures of his partying with champagne to the tale of the night he jumped behind the bar all culminating in the latest shock of Manzielmania.
Recently a picture has emerged of the NFL's biggest named rookie player in a Las Vegas bathroom with a rolled up $20 bill.
Naturally, the picture has brought with it some very negative connotations and seems to have been the final straw for the Browns franchise.
Rumours have been circulating over the last few days that the Browns have been becoming increasingly more and more alarmed with Manziel's behaviour.
Needless to say they may have cause for concern, given the high number of ex-players who have criticised his social antics and the lack of fellow rookies currently partaking in similar activities.
But perhaps Friday's biggest NFL question is now 'Is Johnny Manziel worried about his potential starting spot?'
Can he win in the end
We've known for a while that first year Browns coach Mike Pettine has been planning to give the starting snaps in the teams pre-season camp to Quarterback Brian Hoyer.
Perhaps until now, some people have thought this was just to try and keep Manziel in line? To limit his ego? Or maybe even just to send a message to any other big name players that the Browns won't treat you any differently.
On Friday, Manziel spoke out about his off-season antics and his strong sense of humility and repentance may indicate his potential nervousness about the upcoming season.
Manziel has said: "There were some things I wish I could have gone back and done a little differently.
"Moving forward they're good with everything and I've told them everything I need to and everything's been good."
Manziel's change in attitude is a great thing for the Browns organization and their fans and I think it sends out a strong signal of intent.
I feel that his turn around to now have acknowledged his 'mistakes' may be his first attempt at getting in the picture to take the Browns first snap in the upcoming NFL season.
Whatever the reason for his new seemingly apologetic nature, Manziel will have to bring his A game to the Browns camp if he wishes get that coveted starting position.
The Browns kick-off their season in Pittsburgh against the Steelers and who will be the Quarterback in charge on that day is currently anyone's guess.
It now comes down to Manziel and Hoyer to impress coach Pettine most and the Cleveland Browns fans will surely be hoping the best man takes to the field in week one.