LOOK: Out-of-work Johnny Manziel trolls Browns for going 0-16 in 2017 NFL season
Cleveland cannot catch a break, even from its former quarterback
The Cleveland Browns just cannot catch a break. The team could not even the most painful process possible.
The only good news for Cleveland is the Johnny Manziel, is even trolling the team.. And even that came with . Things are so rough that the team's old quarterback,
Manziel,, ended a lengthy social media hiatus on Sunday when he popped up and dropped an Instagram photo trolling the Browns.
"0-16szn," Manziel wrote, which is short for "0-16 season." He would later delete the post.
Manziel would then post something else, putting up a picture of himself in no uniform,
The former Heisman Trophy winner and first-round pick has been NFL team. He , however, and was ruled ., preferably with an
NFL, but it would probably be wise to stop kicking the Browns while they're down., and could potentially ink a deal with the Tiger-Cats whenever he wants. It's possible he will prefer to try and get a gig in the
NFL teams want to see that Manziel has changed and that he's approaching life in a more mature way. Baiting a winless team, even one who previously cut him, isn't a great look.
Fortunately Manziel realized it and deleted the post. But unfortunately the Internet never forgets.
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