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Johnny Manziel bought a $2,000 round for his favorite College Station bar when he got drafted

Brad Penner-USA TODAY Sports

Johnny Manziel was in New York for the draft, but he paid for a Fireball and a Miller Lite for everybody at his favorite Texas A&M watering hole.

We know how Johnny Manziel partied after he was selected No. 22 by the Cleveland Browns -- obviously, he partied with Drake -- but he wanted the people back at Texas A&M to party as well. So he did what any of us would do and asked his favorite bar to give everybody there a round on him.

Via the Dallas Morning News:

He bought everyone of drinking age in Chimy's Cerveceria, his favorite bar (203 University Drive) in College Station, a Miller Lite and a Fireball shot.

Petro Robledo, the general manager, said he is friends with Manziel, who dropped in last week to say hello and set up the celebratory round. Manziel left his credit card number at the bar, with the plan of spending about $2,000 - as a nod to his famous No. 2 jersey.

a) FIREBAAAAAALLLLLLLLLLLL

b) This is the most Johnny Manziel Cashin' Out thing. Never, ever, ever, ever, ever change, and may Johnny Football's NFL career be as ridiculous and amazing as his college career.

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