R.I.P. Johnny Manziel's Twitter account: 2011-2013

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Johnny Football will no longer be distributing his escapades via social media.

Johnny Manziel is closing the curtains on what was once a wide-open personal life. ESPN's Mark Schlabach reports that Manziel has self-imposed a Twitter ban and will try to draw the shades on his life a little more.

Here are some of the things we will miss about Johnny Manziel's Twitter account:

It's likely that Manziel's latest incident spurred his decision to close down his account. Manziel reportedly shoved an A&M graduate assistant, although head coach Kevin Sumlin and fellow Aggie players downplayed the seriousness of the incident.

Manziel's Twitter account was born on July 25, 2011. It didn't even get the chance to turn 3 years old. It is a tragic day.

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