Johnny Manziel was once tipped to be the NFL's next great quarterback.
He came out of Texas A&M with a huge buzz around his talents – and was picked as the 22nd overall pick in the 2014 draft.
However, things didn't exactly go to plan for "Johnny Football" when he was drafted to the Cleveland Browns.
Despite impressing in pre-season training, Brian Hoyer was announced as the starting QB in week one of the regular season.
It wasn't until the end of November that Manziel entered a game for the Browns – as he came on in the fourth quarter after a poor performance from Hoyer.
In a fairly impressive display, the rookie came on and scored a rushing touchdown as the Browns lost 26-10 to the Buffalo Bills.
Despite fairing well on the pitch, Manziel's off-field antics have always held him back.
He spent two seasons with Cleveland before being released at the end of the 2016 season, after playing only 15 games for the team