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Johnny Manziel parties on carelessly: Manning rebuke isn't slowing the Heisman hero down

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Johnny Manziel was sent home early from the Manning Passing Academy amid rumors of partying.
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The Heisman Trophy winner hasn't stopped making headlines since hoisting the trophy in December. Johnny Manziel/Facebook
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It's been a while since Manziel made headlines for his football skills instead of his partying habits. Texas A&M Athletics/Facebook
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Johnny Manziel
Johnny Manziel

Johnny Manziel seems determined to make headlines this offseason. His party boy ways are once again the talk of the sports world thanks to an early dismissal from the Manning Passing Academy in Thibodaux, Louisiana.

The camp's purpose is to develop high school football players under the tutelage of Archie, Cooper, Peyton and Eli Manning. Outstanding college players are also on staff, and Texas A&M's Heisman Trophy winner was a camp counselor.

But after he missed his Friday morning session, Archie Manning reportedly sent Johnny Football packing. Reports surfaced that Manziel was "ill," though a highly publicized night out in Thibodaux raised questions that it was a hangover, not a run-of-the-mill headache, that sidelined the sophomore quarterback.

Manziel's father told the media his son was recovering from "dehydration," which is part and parcel of a serious hangover. Of course, Manziel is just 20 years old and not even legally able to drink. And we all know Manziel would never do anything illegal

Any chance Manziel was contrite about his misbehavior was erased when the star quarterback was spotted partying in College Station's Northgate Bar District just 24 hours after being kicked out of the academy. Nothing like nursing dehydration with a trip to the bar.

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