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About a month and a half ago, the Browns revealed that their rookie quarterback Johnny Manziel had entered a rehabilitation center to get help. They didn't announce what he was getting help for. But in a statement released at the time, the team said Manziel "knows there are areas in which he needs to improve in order to be a better family member and friend." And it sounds like he's made a lot of improvements in those areas.
Bleacher Report writer Mike Freeman published a column about the Browns organization today. And in it, he revealed that he spoke with a source close to Manziel who told him that the QB is a changed man. He's still reportedly in rehab, but he's doing better than he was earlier this year.
"I think people will see that he's a different guy now," the source said.
The bad news is that when Manziel returns to the Browns, he won't be coming back to much. As Freeman points out, they have a very shaky receiving corps and not much for a young player like Manziel to work with. But it's good to hear that he's doing well on a personal level and we hope it's only a matter of time before he gets to show his improvements to the world.
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[via Bleacher Report]