NFL News : NFL quarterback's career may officially be over after today.

NFL quarterback's career may officially be over after today.


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p>For the second time in two months, Johnny Manziel needs to find a new agent.

Drew Rosenhaus has terminated his relationship with Manziel, ESPN's Adam Schefter reports. Rosenhaus recently issued the troubled free-agent quarterback an ultimatum: Seek treatment or find new representation. On Friday, Rosenhaus explained that he had never before fired a client in his 27 years of representing players. His exasperation with Manziel was obvious, and Rosenhaus hoped that the termination would be the wake-up call Manziel needs.

The former college star and first-round pick was spotted at the music festival Coachella over the weekend, clearly intoxicated and dancing in a ball pit by himself.

According to Page Six

“He arrived wasted, partied wasted and stayed wasted,” a source said of the NFL player whose career is in peril after his agent Drew Rosenhaus said he will drop Manziel if he doesn’t get help.“Scott Disick was hanging with Manziel and Kendall and Kylie Jenner. It appeared as if [Manziel] crashed their table. He poured himself drinks from their bottles.” And “He was stumbling as [singer] Post Malone hit the stage . . . He was dancing and sweaty,” we’re told.
Manziel was also spotted on Friday at a Nylon and Freeform party, and at Neon Carnival, a notorious afterparty on an airport tarmac.“He was mostly sitting in a corner with his friends, chain-smoking,” said a spy.
Another source said he and pals left at 3 a.m. with “five to seven girls.”

In recent weeks, he's been caught on camera frequenting bars in Los Angeles, where he may or may not be living with NFL players Von Miller and Josh Gordon.

Last week, Manziel was accused of trashing a rental property after a drug-fueled party for which Gordon was allegedly present.

It's becoming increasingly difficult to envision any scenario in which Manziel is on an NFL roster in September. Without an agent to guide Manziel's once promising career, or convince a team to give him a shot at a comeback, this is likely the last straw for his NFL career.

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