Sorry folks, this is what I am having to put up with when something displeases Word Press – single file and who knows what else will appear!  That is why I filed the complaint on the internet – don’t know who this jerk is!
 What is it with Zac Jackson?  Maybe Zac needs to walk in Manziel’s shoes and let Manziel walk in Zac’s shoes and maybe  Zac would give this young man a break.  It looks like Zac has a hard time covering the real part of sports instead of doing gotcha’s on Manziel.    Zac’s prior article on Manziel certainly did not meet the “Hit Parade.”  Or is Zac trying to  build up his fan base.  What was  Gonos  doing in the lobby of this complex at that tine of the morning in the first place if  he didn’t live there.  And, what is with this person who did not know Manziel and wanted to “hug” Manziel.  Why would anyone try to hug someone he doesn’t even know?  Smells like dead fish to me.   Following is the negative article written by Zac Jackson  of Fox News:

Browns quarterback Johnny Manziel / (Photo by David Maxwell/Getty Images)

Zac Jackson

Why Zac – have you not been to Vegas?  Looks like to me this little fella,  Zac,  has a burr up his butt!

Following is an article that was in the Kerrville Times in Texas which probably would be  more of the truth:

A Browns fan who says he wanted to give Johnny Manziel “a hug” was struck by the rookie quarterback’s entourage at a downtime hotel and was left with a swollen eye and lip, police said.  Police were called to the Metropolitan at The 9, where Manziel has a luxury apartment, after a fight broke out at 2:25 a.m. Saturday.  According to a police report, Christ Gonos told police he was assaulted by “Johnny Football and his entourage.”  The 33-year-old fan said he and his girlfriend approached Manziel while waiting for an elevator and he told the popular first round draft pick:  I’m the biggest Browns fan ever.  I love you.  I want to give you a hug. Gonos said he took one step toward Manziel and was punched by a man listed on the report as Dana Kirk.  Gonos contends he was struck several times in the face and pushed and attacked by a group of unidentified men who were with Manziel.  Kirk said Gonos tried to assault Manziel and he defended the 2012 Heisman Trophy winner.

Gonos sustained a swollen lip and right eye, the report said.  No arrests were made.  The report also said the hotel manage said cameras located near the elevators may have captured video of the dispute.

Browns general manager Ray Farmer said in a statement the team is gathering more information to understand what happened.  Nonetheless, the time of the incident is concerning to us.  We continually stress to all of our players the importance of sound decisions making in an effort to avoid putting themselves in these type of situations.  Farmer said, “We have addressed this appropriately with the player and will have no further comment at this time.”

Manziel’s agent,  Erik Burkhardt, disputed Gonos’  account.  “Johnny and his roommate had  been out to dinner earlier in the evening with Johnny’s mother, who is staying with him this week,” he said in an email.  “There was no entourage.  Johnny and his roommate were trying to get on the apartment elevator at his home when they were accosted by a very aggressive man and his associates.  It was an unfortunate situation and he immediately let Ray Farmer and the team know what happened.” Brown’s coach said he has spoken with Manziel about the incident and that the QB did not break any team rules. Pettine would  not divulge any details of his meeting with Manziel.  It was a conversation between a coach and a player,” said Pettine, who added he had not seen video of the altercation.  Manziel, who has been on the field for only a handful of plays this season, traveled with the Browns for their Sunday game in Atlanta.  His late hours and social  life became an issue during the off-season when he was photographed at various night clubs. Manziel has spent his first season in the NFL backing up starter Brian Hoyer, who has pushed the Browns (7-4) into playoff contention.  Hoyer threw three interceptions on Sunday but rallied Cleveland to a last second 26-24 win over the Falcons.  Pettine said the Browns coaching staff did not consider switching to Manziel during the game.















































































































































About kommonsentsjane

Enjoys sports and all kinds of music, especially dance music. Playing the keyboard and piano are favorites. Family and friends are very important.
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