Cleveland Browns quarterback Johnny Manziel, who has earned a notoriety for being a hard-celebrating superstar, has entered a treatment program, said the group’s general administrator, Ray Farmer, and Manziel’s consultant Brad Beckworth.
Manziel was drafted by the Browns in the first round a year ago and quickly stood out as truly newsworthy for his off-field conduct. Pictures posted on social networking locales indicated Manziel during the evening clubs and different areas. His extracurricular exercises turned into an issue in preparing camp, and group holder Jimmy Haslam asked Manziel to concentrate all the more on football.
Manziel began the season on the seat and after that played in a modest bunch of recreations before getting harmed.
Beckworth, did not indicate what sort of treatment fixate the quarterback entered on Wednesday or to what extent he would be there.
“Johnny knows there are areas he needs to improve on to help him be a better family member, friend and teammate, so he decided to take this step in his life during the offseason,” Beckworth said.
Farmer added: “We respect Johnny’s initiative in this decision and will fully support him throughout this process.”