Texas A&M Has Told Johnny Manziel To Stop Tweeting At Recruits Because Its A Violation
Andrew Weber-USA TODAY Sports
I guess less tweets from Johnny Manziel is a good thing, no? On Wednesday, Manziel tweeted this out...

Good on Texas A&M for shutting him down before they got in trouble. This is what he was doing...


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Filed Under: Texas A&M Sports
Originally published on SECRant.com

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I meant Jarvis Landry
Reply12 months
Manziel trying to stay around like people actually care
Reply12 months
So Landry Jones tweeting at Surtain because he didn't commit to LSU wasn't a violation? I'm confused.
Reply12 months
Landry Jones the quarterback and 2013 4th round pick out of Oklahoma? Why would Landry Jones, a QB from Oklahoma, be tweeting a cornerback about LSU? Wierd world we live in i guess.
12 months
Funny thing is half the current high school recruits probably don’t know who he is now. They were in middle school when he actually played.
Reply12 months
Johnny Jailtime
Reply12 months
Of course this wasn't handled before signing day.
Reply12 months
Not a huge fan of Johnny Manziel, but this is stupid.
Reply12 months
Does anyone else find it interesting that A&M didn’t ask him to stop until after NSD had arrived (inferred from his tweet on 2/7/18). They should have shut him down earlier.
Reply12 months
A&M leaning the NCAA regs to shut down Johnny
Reply12 months
His fiancé has to be the sexiest chick on the planet. More pics of her please.
Reply12 months
...you must not get out much
12 months
so he has to stop encouraging anal sex to underage young men. Good.
Reply12 months
Johnny drunk tweeting high school kids. Smh....
Reply12 months
the struggle to be relevant again...sad!
Reply12 months
gets hand slapped for pimping to recruits on social media........runs to social media to to cry about it..........and probably did a line.
Reply12 months
off his Fiance's ass
12 months
A&M just doesn't want him recruiting... If you were a recruit, would you look to his career as positive????
Reply12 months
A Heisman trophy before you're even 20 years old? Yea that's probably seen as a positive. After college? Not so much.
12 months
Seems to be offended easily. More addict behavior.
Reply12 months
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