Johnny Manziel Heads For Combine: Still Doing Good Off-Field Work

I know, I know, Johnny Manziel is a serious football player now. He's given up all of his partying to convince the Houston Texans to take him number one overall. Outkick clearly endorses Johnny Manziel as the overall number one pick, but we also hope that somehow he falls to the Tennessee Titans at number 11 and revitalizes an incredibly boring franchise. 

The last off the field news Manziel made was back during the BCS title game when he left a Hollywood club with a former Florida State student, Lauren Hanley, who has since been voted Miss Coed of the year.

It seems the two are still hanging out.

At least according to the folks at Miss Coed, who have oodles of new photos of Lauren, including the one above in the Manziel jersey.  

She's also doing photo shoots for them wearing only his number two Texas A&M jersey. 

God bless her.

How Sports Illustrated didn't get her in the swimsuit issue, I'll never know.  

Yep, life's pretty tough for Johnny Football. 

Not that you'd ever be interested in doing so, but you can follow Lauren on instagram here.

Good luck at the combine, Johnny. 

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