Johnny Manziel's NFL career could not have been more similar to his collegiate career, and we now know why.
Manziel gained the nickname Johnny Football in high school before becoming one of the most renowned and infamous collegiate athletes in history at Texas A&M.
He certainly lived up to that moniker when he became the first, and still the only, true freshman to win the Heisman Trophy in 2012.
But his draft stock plummeted as a result of repeated reports of him drinking and getting into trouble on and off the field.
Nonetheless, the Cleveland Browns traded up to the 22nd pick in 2014 to get him, little realizing it would be a catastrophic blunder.
In the most recent installment of Netflix's "Untold" documentary series, which focused on Manziel's career, Johnny revealed that he did not watch any NFL video.
Erik Burkhardt, Manziel's former agent, stated that he received calls from the Browns stating that Manziel's "iPad hours is 0.00."
The 30-year-old stated unequivocally in the documentary that he has no desire to play for Cleveland or the NFL in general.
"It didn't take long for me to realize that I wasn't going to be happy in Cleveland," Manziel stated in the documentary, according to CBS Sports. "I had everything I could ever want." You have money, celebrity, and you're a first-round draft pick vying for a starting quarterback position.
Manziel said the relentless media attention that followed Texas A&M's upset of Alabama in Tuscaloosa in 2012, which never stopped, hit him like a freight train.