Police release video, 911 calls of Manziel dispute

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BEREA, Ohio (AP) Police have released a dash-cam video and 9-1-1 emergency calls from a roadside incident involving Browns quarterback Johnny Manziel.

The former Heisman Trophy winner was questioned by Avon, Ohio, police last week after Manziel got into an argument with his girlfriend, Colleen Crowley.

Witnesses said Manziel passed cars on the shoulder while driving at a high speed and he later admitted drinking alcohol earlier in the day.

Manziel was not charged and he was active as Cleveland's backup Sunday during a 26-23 overtime loss to the Denver Broncos.

The Browns said they have spoken to Manziel about the incident. Manziel spent 70 days in a rehab facility during the offseason.

Browns linebacker Karlos Dansby said Manziel has not become a distraction to the team and he sympathizes with him living in the spotlight, saying he ''is a prisoner of his own success.''



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