When it comes to winning and when it comes work ethic, Johnny excels at both. He has the respect of those in his locker room because he puts in the work and he is rewarded on the field.
Heisman Trophy-winning quarterback Johnny Manziel of No. 7 Texas A&M has been suspended for the first half of Saturday’s season opener against the Rice Owls, A&M and the NCAA announced Wednesday in a joint statement.
Texas A&M quarterback Johnny Manziel signed autographs and memorabilia for dealers in two additional sessions — one in South Florida after the Discover BCS National Championship Game in early January; the other in late January in Houston, sources have told “Outside the Lines.”
An East Coast autograph broker told ESPN on Tuesday that Johnny Manziel was paid $7,500 for signing approximately 300 mini- and full-sized helmets on Jan. 11-12 while he was attending the Walter Camp Football Foundation event.
According to court records, Manziel is to pay a $2,000 fine and $232 in court costs and spend two days in jail for pleading guilty to the class B misdemeanor, but according to The Eagle, Manziel won’t serve any jail time because the judge considered Manziel’s time behind bars immediately following the arrest as time served.