Johnny Manziel's agent (for now) Drew Rosenhaus says the former NFL quarterback is back in Texas after spending time in Los Angeles earlier this month. And that's probably best for everyone involved.

Manziel desperately needs to get his life in order, at least according to those close to him, and that probably wasn't going to happen in L.A. The New York Post's Emily Smith reports that Manziel and a friend rented a house in West Hollywood last week, promptly threw "two all-night ragers" and when it was over, "allegedly caused $32,000 in damage" to the $4.5 million property.

Then there's this:

It’s claimed Manziel and his group left the house strewn with booze and drugs, broke an expensive glass table and a bathroom door, and left wine stains and cigarette burns on carpets.

Nicholas Goodwin, who works for LA Exotic Life, rented the house to Manziel and Goodwin's attorney, Niki Ghazian, has already written a letter to the quarterback's representatives.

“Mr. Manziel threw large parties on both nights, causing extensive damage ... Evidence suggests [Manziel] and his guests were consuming drugs and alcohol ... and that they caused a disturbance to the neighborhood."

The Los Angeles Police Department was called on April 6, according to Ghazian.

There's more and it's not great.

Goodwin tells Page Six he returned to the house to find it trashed and Manziel crashed on the sofa at 2 p.m. He said, “They were supposed to check out at noon. Manziel was passed out ... There was cocaine all over the kitchen table, and mushrooms were still out on the table in front of him. There was booze everywhere ... broken glasses over the floor and a Champagne glass in a tree.” He added, “If they don’t respond to our demand for compensation, we will sue.” Manziel, his lawyers, and [agent] DrewRosenhaus didn’t get back to us.

Meanwhile, Rosenhaus told PFT Live on Friday that he's worried that he and Manziel aren't "on the same page" about what the quarterback needs to do to get his life together.

“Unfortunately there hasn't been any movement toward getting help or seeking treatment that I'm aware of. I'm trying diligently to recommend this to Johnny. I'm not the first one, certainly not the only one. There are a lot of friends and family and people that want the best for this young man. He's got a plan, it's just different than the one he and I talked about and what I would recommend to him.”

Rosenhaus and Manziel have different ideas of what staying on track means. Rosenhaus isn't alone, either; Manziel's father said in February that his son won't live to see 24 if he doesn't get help.

Earlier this month, Manziel was spotted early one morning outside Le Jardin in Hollywood. He told TMZ that he had "been staying on track," adding: “The L.A. party scene is alright. I'm not really partying, though. I'm just out with some buddies. No drinking. Hanging with the boys, man. ... I'm out at the spots. I'm eating good food. Not doing anything crazy though, being smart. ... I'm not always partying. I'm just out having a good time with my boys and not drinking.”

It's fair to wonder if Johnny Manziel will ever play in the NFL again. (USATSI)
It's fair to wonder if Johnny Manziel will ever play in the NFL again. (USATSI)