Johnny Manziel Reportedly Indicted By Grand Jury On Misdemeanor Assault Charge

The fallout from Johnny Manziel’s January incident with former girlfriend Colleen Crowley continues.

A Dallas grand jury indicted the former Texas A&M and Cleveland Browns quarterback for misdemeanor assault with bodily injury, sources told Dallas’ KRLD-AM.

The grand jury reviewed the case Thursday, and it indicted Manziel on the misdemeanor assault charge despite the quarterback’s out-of-court settlement with Crowley, which sources also told KRLD-AM about.

The quarterback is accused of hitting his ex-girlfriend several times during the alleged incident, which happened in late January.

Manziel has had plenty of troubling and questionable behavior during his tumultuous two-year NFL career. He most recently was dropped by his second agent since the end of the 2016 season, and he was a passenger in a hit-and-run accident. And that doesn’t include all the social media posts that show him partying, which impacted his professional life, too.

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