Johnny Manziel's summer of fun and partying may have finally come to its end after the former Cleveland Browns quarterback enrolled back in college at Texas A&M.
Manziel was a star on and off the field with the Aggies, winning the Heisman and partying whenever he could while in college, gaining a reputation after several incidents came to light that cast him in a not so positive manner.
And he is going back to the scene of his greatest successes in order to complete the degree he didn't finish before declaring for the NFL Draft.
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According to the Dallas News, Manziel won't actually be staying in College Station, instead taking online classes from his new home in Los Angeles, which is an interesting way to go about it.
The degree Manziel is finishing is in recreation, parks and tourism sciences, which gives absolutely no clues as to what he will do after finally earning that degree, unfortunately for us all.
The big question remains, however. Is this the end of Johnny Manziel the NFL player?
While he hasn't been on a team in quite some time, ever since being cut by the Browns earlier this year after reports of missing a game - which he wasn't going to play in - because he was in Vegas instead, as well as the domestic violence incidents that seemed to follow him around and the drug abuse that led to his own father calling him an addict.
Despite all that, Manziel seemed hopeful of getting back into the league. During the offseason, he said he was going clean of drugs and alcohol and was getting back in shape for any potential tryouts.
The fact that he doesn't have an agent - with two dumping him this year alone - probably didn't help with getting camp invites.
Does this mean that Manziel has admitted defeat in his quest to be an NFL player again? Time will tell. But things aren't looking good.
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