After ten weeks in rehab, Cleveland Browns' Quarterback Johnny Manziel has completed his inpatient program, just in time to attend the team's offseason workouts, which begin April 20.
Browns owner Jimmy Haslam and coach Mike Pettine have supported the star's recovery, saying that that his personal health comes ahead of football. Pettine even visited Manziel in rehab and reported that he was “in a much better place.”
“Football, it's a back seat,” Pettine said, according to Foxsports. “For his football life to get it where it needs to be, he needs to get the personal life where it needs to be. This takes precedence, so however long of time he needs, the football will be there when he gets out.”