Johnny Manziel’s parents are selling their home near Texas A&M’s campus

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Either this is a sign that Johnny Manziel might be leaving Texas A&M early or his parents want a new house, since it’s now on the market, according to Larry Brown Sports.

The Manziel’s, Paul and Michelle, bought the home in June 2011 to be closer to their son during his college career, per Realtor.com. The four bedroom/3.5 bathroom home is located in Bryan, Texas, which is nearby the Texas A&M campus in College Station.

The home was first listed for sale for $405,000 on April 28. The price was reduced to $399,000 less than a month later, and it has been reduced by $10k increments each month since that it’s been on the market. It is currently listed for $379,000.

Realitor.com even speculates that Manziel’s parents are selling the home because he might be leaving school early after the latest allegations that he made money from signing autographs.

Is this a sign of things to come? Johnny Football’s parents are selling their home near College Station.

It’s been a long, tumultuous summer for Texas A&M Aggies quarterback Johnny Manziel, one that may very well end the Heisman Trophy winner’s NCAA career prematurely. While the world waits with bated breath on the future of Johnny Football, his parents may be pulling out of College Station even sooner.

If Manziel is going to leave school early, he won’t be able to play in the NFL until 2014.

 

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