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Johnny Manziel Appears To Troll The Browns After Playoff Loss To The Chiefs

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Johnny Manziel was incredibly active on Twitter following the Chiefs beating the Browns in the playoffs Sunday night.

Manziel, who was picked in the first round by the Browns in 2014, was firing off tweets left and right, and he seemed kind of pumped that Kansas City pulled off the win. (RELATED: David Hookstead Is The True King In The North When It Comes To College Football)

You can check out a few of his tweets below.

I’m not a Johnny Manziel hater at all, but I also don’t understand why any of this was necessary. It’s an incredibly petty and immature look.

The Browns just had their best season in a very long time, and things are definitely trending up in Cleveland. Why does Manziel feel the need to inject himself into the situation?

Manziel certainly seems like he’s in a good place, and it seems like the Texas A&M Heisman winner is doing well in life.

He should just focus on that fact and not focus on taking shots at fans of Cleveland.

Of course, he’s Johnny Manziel and we all know the man moves the needle. Whenever he does anything, people pay attention.

It’s pretty crazy that he’s nearly a decade removed from winning the Heisman, and he’s still relevant, despite not playing in the NFL for several years.

We’ll see what Johnny manages to do next!