Johnny ‘Football’ attends Rangers game days after leaving rehab

 

Just a few days after getting released from a rehab facility Johnny Manziel made a public appearance.

The former Texas A&M star and current Cleveland Browns quarterback was at the Texas Rangers game Tuesday night.

Manziel spent some of the game sitting with Neil Leibman, who is the chairman of the Rangers ownership committee. Manziel attended a Rangers game last season, too.

According to The Associated Press Manziel was released from a drug and alcohol rehabilitation center on Saturday after spending more than 10 weeks there.

The 2012 Heisman Trophy winner was drafted in the first round by Cleveland last year and had a disastrous rookie campaign. Manziel made two starts for the Browns, completing 18 of 35 passes on the season with no touchdowns and two interceptions.

Manziel is expected to report to the Browns’ next offseason session, slated to begin April 20.

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