Johnny Manziel appears to be as done with the Cleveland area as the Browns were with him. [[378946621,C]]
According to a Howard Hanna listing, Manziel's Ohio home is for sale. The 2,751-square foot, 3-bedroom, 3 1/2-bathroom home is listed at $489,900.
The "spectacular golf course home" features an "entertainment bar" and "spacious finished basement for great entertaining," according to the listing.
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Real estate records show that the property belongs to a trust controlled by Texas attorney Bradley Beckworth, a lawyer who has represented Manziel and his family. The trust purchased the home in May 2015 for $438,400.
Manziel was released by the Cleveland Browns in March, less than two years after the team traded up to select him in the first round of the 2014 NFL Draft. The former Texas A&M quarterback and Heisman Trophy winner appeared in 15 games, passing for 1,675 yards and rushing for 259 more. He added 8 touchdowns, but lost 6 fumbles and threw 7 interceptions.
Manziel was released from jail on bond after being indicted on a charge of domestic violence stemming from a Jan. 29 incident in North Texas involving his ex-girlfriend. If convicted, he faces up to a year in prison.