Manziel hospitalized after reaction to medication

Manziel hospitalized after reaction to medication

Manziel hospitalized after reaction to medication

Former Cleveland Browns quarterback Johnny Manziel, who is working toward an National Football League comeback, was hospitalized in Texas Monday night.

We'll update you on Manziel as more details come in.

In an Instagram story, Manziel wrote he had a "scary moment" because of a reaction to a medication he takes for his bipolar disorder.

Denise Michaels, Manziel's representative, told TMZ it seemed "he had a reaction to an adjustment in his prescription". This apparently occurred following his participation in a golf outing hosted by his former college teammate Mike Evans.


The 25-year-old reportedly suffered no harmful long-term effects and has been released from the hospital in Humble, Texas.

The former Heisman Trophy victor revealed in February that he has bipolar disorder. "He's fine and headed home".

Manziel has been working to make a comeback in the National Football League after a brief two season stint with the Cleveland Browns. His partying ways and lackluster performance led to his being released, and he is now a free agent playing in the Spring League, where he has so far been impressing scouts and team officials.

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