Johnny Manziel Rumors: Former QB Clubbing And Drinking Could Be Sign NFL Comeback Bid Is On Hold [VIDEO]

Mike Smollins
By Mike Smollins @MikeSmollins
on Sep 02, 2016 04:57 PM EDT
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Johnny Manziel has made a comeback ... to the club.

The party boy former QB was once again spotted out drinking despite his vow to stay sober for a return to the NFL.

Manziel, who has previously boozed seemingly around the world after being cut by the Browns back in March, has taken his partying talents to South Beach.

The wayward former NFL quarterback was spotted at concerts and clubs this week in Florida. Manziel saw Drake and Future in concert on Wednesday.

On Thursday, he hit the clubs with Future and was spotted being handed a glass of champagne, which he eventually drank, in a Snapchat video, according to TMZ Sports.

Manziel claimed that he was going to remain sober until he found his way back to the NFL, but with a new season about to start, he's back to his clubbing ways.

Robert Griffin III, meanwhile, has taken over starting duties for the Browns.

Manziel, 23, has had several issues staying away from the party scene and was also recently indicted by a Dallas jury for a domestic incident with his ex-girlfriend, model Colleen Crowley.

Despite his many issues -- which also include him getting dropped two agents this offseason -- Manziel is adamant that he plans on sobering up to pursue a return to the NFL.

The CFL recently showed interest in him, but thus far there's been no movement toward Johnny Football heading up north.

A friend of the former Heisman Trophy winner recently admitted that Manziel acknowledged he hit "rock bottom," though he apparently still boozes.

This whole NFL comeback thing may be a pipe dream.

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