Poor Johnny. Cleveland Browns QB Johnny Manziel was reportedly asked to leave Nike's elite high school football camp "The Opening" by security. Kipp Adams of 247Sports is reporting that the camp's security staff didn't recognize Manziel, who is there as a camp counselor...
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Per Wahoos247 Insider Jamie Oakes, Manziel was asked by security at The Opening to leave the area. While this might raise some eyebrows based on recent events, it turns out the staff security simply did not know who 'Johnny Football' was. ...

Oakes reports: 'To Manziel's credit, he didn't bat an eye and walked off as requested.'

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He's only two years older than the rest of them and he's a punk. I could understand how they'd be confused.
Reply88 months
Johnny Football vs LSU (2 years) 0-2 record

29 carries for 81 yards or 2.8 ypc

Average QB rating of 20.3 with 1 TD and 5 int's.

Go Johnny, as long as you don't have to face LSU in the League you might have some success.
Reply89 months
How much blow did he do?
Reply89 months
Johnny WHO?
Reply89 months
Sounds like he handled it right, but embarassing for NIKE since they are paying him millions.
Reply89 months
that's because he goes by the name of Johnny Eightball now.....
Reply89 months
It's the curse of Cleveland. You go there and everybody forgets you exist.
Reply89 months
LMAO Johnny Nobody new nickname?
Reply89 months
Hope he doesn't over sleep & miss morning sessions.
Reply89 months
"Oakes reports: 'To Manziel's credit, he didn't bat an eye and walked off as requested.'"

This actually earns more respect more than anything. That coupled with his media interviews, he definitely is being very mature about his celebrity status. He honestly just doesn't GAF what people think about him.
Reply89 months
The security guard must be 95 years old
Reply89 months
Get this MFer a credential, damn.
Reply89 months
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