Johnny Manziel Involved In Hit-And-Run Car Crash
Troubled NFL quarterback Johnny Manziel was in the news again Wednesday, but this time he was not the alleged aggressor in a criminal incident.
Manziel told the Dallas Police Department Monday that he was the victim of a hit-and-run.
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Senior Corporal for the Dallas PD, DeMarquise Black said the accident occurred Monday evening, and Manziel produced both a witness from his vehicle and an “impartial” witness, possibly a bystander.
Dallas PD told Manziel’s attorney, Bob Hinton, the vehicle was damaged on the drivers side, but there was no significant injury reported.
The former Cleveland Browns quarterback “hit his head, ” according to spokeswoman Denise Michaels, but she told AP Johnny Football said he didn’t suffer a concussion or any other injury.
Manziel is still facing domestic assault charges levied by a former girlfriend who alleges the former Texas A&M signal caller pulled her back into his vehicle after she tried to exit and hit her during an altercation that took place Jan. 30.
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After the Browns took him with the 22nd overall pick in the 2014 NFL Draft things have gone downhill for Manziel.
A series of run ins with the law, allegations of substance abuse and a stint in rehab last offseason have raised questions as to whether or not the kid they used to call “Money” Manziel will ever be afforded an opportunity to earn another NFL paycheck.
He is currently unsigned and without representation after two sports agents refused to represent him until he sought help for his struggle with substances.
NFL training camp will begin in mid-July for most teams.