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Johnny Manziel's Friends Are Reportedly Concerned That He's Going To Die

Former Texas A&M quarterback Johnny Manziel, who played for two seasons with the Cleveland Browns, has been having a tough time staying out of the headlines the past few months. Manziel's most recent incident - which featured him getting thrown out of a Las Vegas nightclub after getting into a fight - has many close to him a bit worried. According to TMZ, there have been multiple attempts at interventions, to no avail.

TMZ is also reporting that many close to him believe he's going to die unless he changes his ways. One was quoted as saying that Manziel is in a "horrible downward spiral." Here's more:

Here's what we know ... Manziel has become even more reckless with his drug problem recently -- even blowing lines in front of people he barely knows.

"He's in a horrible downward spiral," one source very close to the QB tells TMZ Sports.

There have been multiple serious attempts to help Johnny -- with one group of close friends recently sitting him down and "confronting" him about his situation. But, as one source put it, "He flipped out and would not hear it."

His friends are desperately trying to get through to him but haven't been successful -- and they're hoping this story will serve as a wake-up call.

Obviously, it's a shame to see Manziel - one of the most fun college football players in recent memory - struggling so much in his personal life. Let's hope that he turns it around quickly.