Manziel and his girlfriend were pulled over while arguing in his car, and several witnesses felt the need to bring reinforcement. His girlfriend, TCU student Elizabeth Crowley, even attempted to exit the car, when Manziel pulled her back into the vehicle.
Cops were called after a witness saw the car that Manziel and Crowley were in going 90 mph on the freeway, and speculation is because they were arguing while driving before pulling over.
Manziel and Crowley admitted to arguing, and "Johnny Football" even admitted to drinking that night. Police did determine that he was not intoxicated and he was not charged.
Manziel had spent 10 weeks in rehab for unspecified treatment earlier in the year, but it is not known if this treatment prohibits him from drinking. Browns GM Ray Farmer and head coach Mike Pettine both stated that alcohol and Manziel is not a good combination.
Police wrote in the report that Manziel did not strike his girlfriend, which may limit or exit any type of punishment coming his way.
The NFL will review the incident to see if any repercussions are necessary for the Browns QB. Cleveland did somewhat reprimand Manziel, making him the second-string quarterback for Sunday's overtime loss to the Denver Broncos.