Former Cleveland Browns quarterback Johnny Manziel will reportedly be in Houston for the Super Bowl on February 5th but he allegedly has got more on his mind than just partying and watching the big game on Sunday.
According to ProFootballTalk, Johnny Football is reportedly looking to earn some quick cash in the week leading up to Super Bowl LI by charging fans for everything from selfies to personalized autographs. PFT reports Manziel will be at two different Stadium Signatures stores, one on February 2nd and one on February 3rd, charging $50 for selfies, $99 to sign any item, and an additional $29 to personally inscribe those items.
Manziel was released by the Browns in March and no teams have shown any interest in helping him revitalize his short-lived NFL career but he has stayed somewhat relevant thanks to his various club appearances.
Check out some recent footage below where Johnny Football says he's doing very well and training five to six days a week in preparation for his improbable NFL comeback.
UPDATE: Johnny denies ProFootballTalk's report, says he isn't "charging a penny for a damn selfie."
Just had this brought to to my attention. I'm not charging a penny for a damn "selfie" at the super bowl. Dumbest thing I've ever heard— Johnny Manziel (@JManziel2) January 19, 2017