If Johnny Manziel ever plans on making a return to football, he's going to need to hit the weight room first because he's dropped some serious weight since being released by the Browns back in March.
Manziel was recently at a pool party in Las Vegas when someone snapped a picture of the shockingly skinny former quarterback (via TMZ).
Not even cracking a joke here, but Johnny Manziel doesn't look well to me pic.twitter.com/fisOYl9UW2— Jemele Hill (@jemelehill) May 20, 2016
In the picture below, you can see what Manziel looked like in 2014 vs. what he looks like now.
The fact that he's lost some weight shouldn't come as a surprise to anyone: The 23-year-old has pretty much been partying non-stop for the past two months.
If you've somehow lost track of what Manziel's been up to since he was cut, here's a brief rehash:
- He went to a club in Los Angeles.
- He went to another club in L.A. (He goes to a lot of clubs)
- He hired a new agent because his old one fired him.
- He went to a club in Miami.
- He went to a Chris Brown concert in Vegas.
- He went to a club in Vegas.
- He went to another club in L.A.
- He got a tattoo.
- He spent some time with Justin Bieber.
- He did $32,000 in damage to a $4.5 million house.
- He watched the NFL Draft at a bar.
Manziel has also put his home in Ohio on the market, which makes sense because he was never there. The former Browns quarterback has basically been spending almost all of his time in Vegas and L.A.
During his most recent trip to Vegas, not only did Manziel party poolside, but he also made sure to stay in one of the nicest rooms that Sin City offers: The Palms hardwood suite.
That room rents for about $25,000 per night, although it's not clear if Johnny was the one who actually paid for the rental.
Manziel probably spent some extra time in the room over the weekend because he allegedly got kicked out of a nightclub on Friday night, according to TMZ.
If Manziel needs help, he doesn't seem interested in getting it. The beleaguered quarterback seems completely content partying away his life, although that could come to an end if he's found guilty on the domestic assault charge he's facing.
Manziel was indicted on a misdemeanor assault charge on April 26 and if he doesn't reach some sort of settlement in the case, he could potentially face a maximum punishment of one year in jail and a $4,000 fine for the Class A misdemeanor if he's found guilty.