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Oh, how the mighty have fallen. Or, in this case, how the, “had the potential to be mighty, but let his ego and booze get in the way”, have fallen.
Johnny Manziel, the once promising quarterback from Texas A&M who flamed out hard during his short pro career with the Cleveland Browns, has reached new lows. Taking a break from his busy schedule of getting shitfaced at clubs and dating semi-famous models, he has gravitated towards an occupation of signing autographs at two Texas sports memorabilia stores. This is in anticipation to Super Bowl weekend in Houston.
It is interesting that Johnny Football’s rock bottom involves charging for autographs since one of his earliest scandals was an allegation that after he won the Heisman he accepted a “five-figure flat fee” to sign items during the 2013 BCS Championship game. A complete violation of NCAA policy. Makes that “$99 to sign any item” seem even sadder, doesn’t it?.
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