Things just keep getting worse for Cleveland Browns quarterback Johnny Manziel after being exposed for using a disguise in Las Vegas in order to party at a popular night club.
Manziel was cited early in the morning this past Saturday for driving with expired license plates.
Manziel was cited at 8:28 a.m. in North Olmsted, Ohio. He has an arraignment on Jan. 21, but he can pay $125 online to waive the charges.
North Olmsted is close to Cleveland Airport but also close to Berea, where the Browns’ facility is located.
Manziel sat out the Browns’ final game of the season after suffering a concussion in week 16.
Reports have recently surfaced indicating that the Browns are ready to cut ties with Manziel this offseason since he can’t seem to stay out of the news and continue to shed a negative spotlight on himself.
If Manziel is released, the Dallas Cowboys and owner Jerry Jones could end up signing him in an attempt to develop him to one day be his franchise quarterback.
Jones has a done a nice job of helping star wide receiver Dez Bryant turn his life around, maybe he could do the same with Manziel who ended up going to rehab this past offseason for alcoholism.