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Johnny Manziel claims he's going sober July 1 – right after Cabo

By The Sports Xchange
Johnny Manziel claims he's going sober July 1 – right after Cabo
Former Cleveland Browns quarterback Johnny Manziel claims he's going sober on July 1 in an effort to get back into the NFL. File photo by Jim Bryant/UPI | License Photo

Johnny Manziel is vacationing in Cabo San Lucas Mexico, where a group of 20 people are staying at a mansion being rented by Manziel and another person.

A woman staying at the mansion posted a picture on Snapchat that showed her holding several bags of what appear to be drugs. She did not insinuate they were Manziel's, writing, "Cabo Ready! Just kidding, I would NEVER!!"

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Manziel told TMZ Sports the bags are not his, and that he's not doing any drugs while planning on going completely sober July 1 - which is Friday.

"They're absolutely not mine. I don't even know that girl," he told TMZ.

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The report said Manziel doesn't know everyone staying with him, and he said he will stop drinking, begin eating healthy and training in an effort to get back in the NFL.

Manziel's father, Paul, said last week that his son is "a druggie" and that jail "would be the best place for him."

Johnny Manziel posted an Instagram photo from Cabo with him standing on the edge of a cliff-side pool wearing a Browns No. 12 jersey of his friend Josh Gordon, the embattled receiver who is indefinitely suspended by the NFL.

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The photo was accompanied by a post that referenced Manziel's father: "@flashgordonxii I won't take this thing off for a week. You my brother FOR LIFE. JUST WAIT ON THIS COMEBACK!!!! #CaboWabo #JoshAintHere #hiDad #HappyBdayDaveEvans"

Photos and video of Manziel in Cabo comes days after his attorney in a domestic assault case resigned after accidentally texting an Associated Press reporter that Manziel had spent more than $1,000 in drug paraphernalia several hours after a hit-and-run accident.

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Manziel was seen on a plane Tuesday, with several photos appearing on social media of him taking pictures with fans and airport employees.

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