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Johnny Manziel warned over Vegas antics by Browns reject

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Johnny Manziel has been warned over his Memorial Day weekend behavior by former Cleveland Browns quarterback, Brady Quinn after pictures of the rookie surfaced online.

The 22nd overall selection in this year's draft was seen partying with a number of celebrities and New England Patriots tight end, Rob Gronkowski in Las Vegas over the weekend and the pictures inevitably made news around the league.

However, former Browns passer has chastized the rookie over his antics. According to Fansided: "Brady Quinn says JFF should stay out of Vegas if he wants to be successful because "Cleveland is a blue collar town..""

Quinn spent three seasons with the Browns after being drafted 22nd overall, (ironically the same spot as Manziel), but after a relatively unsuccessful tenure mixed with injuries he was traded to the Denver Broncos. He has not played an NFL regular season game since 2012.

That's not to say that Quinn's advice is necessarily bad, in fact Manziel should be wary of the 'party boy' persona which he carries from his days at Texas A&M.

However, it's pretty clear that Manziel is not going to take criticism from a player who was a significant bust in the history of the Browns franchise.

Nor should he, Manziel was free to enjoy the weekend as he saw fit. The only problem would arise if the Browns brass had an issue with his behavior.

Until that point, Manziel has a reputation to live up to both on and off the field.

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