Johnny Manziel has gone from college football star to possibly never playing an NFL snap again in a matter of a few years. He's claimed to have gotten his life together and refrained from partying but there's little reason to believe he'll be able to keep that up over the course of an entire career.

Numerous people have tried to reach out to Manziel to help him get back on track, but refused to accept assistance -- or just simply advice, for that matter. Texas A&M head coach Kevin Sumlin hasn't spoken to Manziel since February at Mike Evans' wedding despite reaching out.

"We've reached out to him, [but] haven't gotten a response yet," Sumlin said on the Paul Finebaum show Tuesday. "Ultimately, what we want and what Aggies want and what I want is for him to be at peace and to be safe. And it has nothing to do with football. It has everything to do with his life and that's our message.

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"That was my message to him. That's the only thing we really care about right now. Where he is as a person is more important than football or anything like that."

Manziel has a long way to go before he gets back on an NFL field, or gains the trust of any team in the league. He's been dropped by two agents (in addition to the Browns) and is dealing with legal trouble following a domestic violence incident.