Johnny Football is Out For Week 3 Following Emergency Dental Surgery

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The man formerly known as Johnny Football is once again playing football, so it’s only fair he gets his amazing nickname back. Sure he’s not playing at the highest level, but it’s Johnny Fricking Football, and whatever football he’s playing, it’s going to be fun to watch. His latest stint has landed Johnny in the Fan Controlled Football League. Manziel has already brought a ton of attention to the start up football league.

Now their main man is out for Week 3. Johnny underwent emergency dental surgery.


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Via TMZ:

Johnny Manziel underwent emergency dental surgery on Wednesday that will keep him out of the FCF’s final regular-season game this weekend, TMZ Sports has confirmed.

28-year-old Manziel, the starting QB for the Zappers [0-2], left the Fan Controlled Football league’s bubble environment in Atlanta and traveled back home to Scottsdale, AZ for the procedure, a league spokesperson tells us.

No word on Johnny’s specific medical condition — but obviously, his health is the priority and the league is working with Johnny to make sure he gets the care he needs.

We’re told Manziel — who had the surgery yesterday — is already back in the gym … and the league expects him to return to the FCF bubble in hopes he’ll be ready to go for the team’s playoff game on March 6.

But a little dental surgery is keeping Johnny from getting ready for week 4. He’s already in the gym.

Johnny is always getting into something.


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