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The AFC North remembers, Johnny Manziel.
On Sunday, the former Browns quarterback — who played two turbulent seasons in Cleveland — tweeted a curious meme after the Baker Mayfield-led Browns fell to the Kansas City Chiefs in the Divisional Round of the NFL playoffs.
The post, which features ESPN’s Stephen A. Smith sipping a beverage with a smirk, didn’t land well with the Dawg Pound, who quickly chastised the former first-round bust.
“Manziel hasn’t worked this hard on a Sunday in his life,” one user tweeted.
“Wow, s—ting on the only team that gave you an opportunity,” another responded.
“Just when you thought the night couldn’t get more weird Johnny Manziel starts tweeting,” one wrote.
Manziel, whom the Browns selected 22nd overall in the 2014 NFL Draft, then fired back in a series of messages.
“You mf’s jumping to conclusions,” he tweeted, before thanking Browns owner Jimmy Haslam.
“People can’t take L’s in 2021. Grow up s–t happens,” Manziel penned.
He later added, “I’m not even mad I’m petty.”
Manziel was cut by the Browns in 2016. Two years later, he addressed personal turmoil, and his substance abuse struggles in an interview with “Good Morning America,” where he also opened up about his bipolar diagnosis.
Manziel, now 28, went on to play in the CFL and the now-defunct Alliance of American Football League. His next football chance is set to come in the new Fan Controlled Football league.
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