Johnny Manziel Punched Man at Friend's Wedding: TMZ

by Steven Clarke July 21, 2016, 1:10
Johnny Manziel Punched Man at Friend's Wedding: TMZ

Cleveland Browns quarterback Johnny Manziel (2) walks off the field after a series of downs during the second half of an NFL football game against the Pittsburgh Steelers, Sunday, Nov. 15, 2015, in Pittsburgh.

As sources told the website, Manziel and the other guest had been adversaries for a while, and the ex-NFLer took matters into his own hands - literally - by hitting the man in the face.

"Truly apologize. Should have never done that".

TMZ reports that the note was signed by - you guessed it - Manziel.

Manziel later shared a photo on Instagram of himself and the groom, which showed a bandage on the Heisman Trophy winner's index finger. "Know this won't make it better, but hope it starts the day off alright".

Manziel earlier this week expressed to his fans and social media followers that he will "be back". According to reports, Manziel felt like he was hounded by the man. He has been steadfast in denying that he was the instigator of the violence.

The road to hell, the saying goes, is paved with good intentions.

"Part of him liked it. But part of him didn't know how to handle it sometimes". I'll be back... In time.

Four days after that statement, Johnny Manziel threw a major party, skipping practice.

But after making headlines throughout the offseason for all the wrong reasons, it doesn't seem likely that Manziel will get the opportunity.

Do you think that Johnny Manziel will ever return to the NFL?

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