Johnny Manziel hires sports agent Drew Rosenhaus

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Johnny Manziel, an NFL free agent, has hired a new sports agent.

Drew Rosenhaus, who also represents LeSean McCoy and Rob Gronkowski, will now represent Manziel, according to CBS Sports.

Manziel was waived by the Cleveland Browns just last week.

Back in January, LeBron James’ marketing agency parted ways with Manziel.

Manziel was originally drafted 22nd overall by the Browns in the 2014 NFL Draft.  In two seasons, Manziel played 14 games, threw for 1,675 yards, had 7 touchdowns, and threw 7 interceptions.

Now, Manziel is waiting to see if charges will be brought against him for a domestic dispute with his ex-girlfriend Colleen Crowley. The case was handed over to a Texas grand jury earlier this month.

Crowley said Manziel threatened to kill her and himself, and she felt he was experiencing a psychotic episode. A judge granted her a protection order.

Back in October 2015, officers found Manziel and Crowley on the side of Interstate 90 in Avon. According to the police report, Crowley threw Manziel’s wallet out of the car. She told police he hit her, but she didn’t want to press charges.

Continuing coverage here.

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