— NFL (@NFL) March 22, 2018
This has nothing to do with Johnny Manziel the person. I am all for someone turning their life around and getting another opportunity to succeed. With that being said is the NFL just going to ignore that Manziel admitted in a plea deal to being a domestic abuser?
According to a redacted police report, Crowley told investigators she and Manziel were alone Saturday at an upscale hotel in Dallas after hanging out with friends earlier.
She said Manziel became aggressive and hit her several times, including once on the left ear. She said Manziel insisted on driving her to her apartment in Fort Worth because she was drunk. Manziel hit her again on the drive there, she told police.
The pair went into her apartment and at some point, she fled to a neighbor’s place while Manziel reportedly ran away. A neighbor called 911 despite Crowley’s objection.
He was never punished by the NFL, but the NFL is actively trying to help him get a job. Ezekiel Elliott got a six-game suspension and was never charged with anything. Colin Kaepernick had a workout that has video and there are zero tweets or stories on NFL.com about that?
The NFL has tweeted two Johnny Manziel stories since his workout at the University of San Diego on Thursday.
It hasn’t tweeted about Colin Kaepernick since August 2017, even as footage from a private workout surfaced last Thursday. pic.twitter.com/gEaln2MbDn
— Master (@MasterTes) March 24, 2018
What this shows you is drugs, alcohol abuse, domestic violence and generally poor play can be overlooked by the NFL, but what can’t be overlooked is speaking too loud about police brutality and racism in our country.