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NEW YORK (CBS SPORTS) – According to multiple reports, former Browns quarterback Johnny Manziel is facing a four-game suspension from the NFL if he is able to make it back onto a team’s roster. The suspension is for a violation of the league’s substance-abuse policy.

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The NFL is clearly worried about the former first-round pick and said as much earlier this week. The public display of not giving a single care in the world has been pretty blatant — Manziel traveled to Cabo in a Josh Gordon Browns jersey and is claiming to go “completely sober” on Friday, July 1 before beginning a comeback to the NFL.
Needless to say, the suspension creates another major roadblock for Manziel.

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It was just earlier this week that an attorney handling Manziel’s domestic violence case here in North Texas resigned. Days before stepping down Bob Hinton had inadvertently sent a text message to the Associated Press indicating he had doubts about Manziel’s ability to stay drug free.

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