Johnny Manziel’s offseason has been a disaster so far. He was released by the Browns in March, indicted on domestic assault charges in April, suspended by the NFL in June for violating the league’s Substance Abuse Policy, and has spent his remaining free time partying like there’s no tomorrow.
However, Manziel may finally be starting to realize that there are consequences to his actions. He said that he was going to quit drinking as of July 1, and now, he has apologized to Texas A&M fans. Reacting to a tweet showing a clip of his 77-yard touchdown run against UTEP, Manziel tweeted:
Though it comes at a time when he has (hopefully) hit rock bottom, the apology seems sincere. Still, Manziel will have to prove that he’s sorry with his actions. NFL teams won’t go near Manziel right now, so it’ll take more than a few tweets for him to jumpstart his NFL comeback attempt.