Price per Head Sportsbooks: Manziel not worried about what people think about his trip to Vegas

Johnny ManzielJohnny Manziel, Cleveland Browns quarterback and a favorite with price per head sportsbooks, is not worried about what people think about his trip to Las Vegas during Memorial Day weekend.

Pay per head services saw that a weekend away, the player said that whether it’s at home or elsewhere, and whether it shows up on Instagram or Twitter, his commitment or approach to the Cleveland Browns will not be affected.

“I don’t live my life according to you guys or according to what other people think of me,” Manziel told reporters on Wednesday. “I’m going to live my life to the fullest and continue to be committed to this game and continue to be committed to what I’m doing here — trying to earn my place in this locker room, with these coaches and this organization.

“If I want to go out and have some fun, and it doesn’t hinder what my main goals in life are, then I really don’t care what anyone has to say.”

Price per head sportsbooks saw that the player’s weekend was widely talked about, especially after a photo of Rob Gronkowski and himself with a group of other young people showed up on Manziel’s Instagram page.

Manziel said that the picture was fun, and also that it was already out in social media before he posted it, and that he didn’t think that it was a big deal. Pay per head services completely agree with the player, and wonder why people make such a big deal out of something like this.

He said that his trip was just a getaway on his time off.

“Maybe it would have been less of a story somewhere else,” he said. “But still, I’m very surprised that it is a story.”

Cleveland backed the quarterback, with coach Mike Pettine saying that it was a “non-issue” and also saying that other players in the team went to South Beach to spend the weekend.

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“We’re not going to micromanage our players,” Pettine said.

Price per head sportsbooks fully agree with the coach, and believe that it should not be a problem whatsoever if the player decides to go to Vegas, Paris, Beijing, or anywhere else in the planet during his time off.