Former Cleveland Browns quarterback Johnny Manziel earned the nickname "Money Manziel" thanks to his play in high school and college, but he's taking the term a little too literal these days.
Manziel, who hasn't taken a snap in the NFL all season long and isn't on any team's short list for that to change, is actually going to charge fans $50 for selfies and $99 for an autograph during his Super Bowl appearances, per New York Post.
The 22nd overall pick in 2014 by the Browns, Manziel is believed to have earned $7.7 million in guaranteed salary from the team, via Sportrac, but he's grown accustomed to a luxurious life that may be too much to keep up with given his current unemployment.
Hell, his Cleveland jersey was once listed at just a $1.99, so it's not like people are knocking down the door to try and get a pic with or an autograph from him.
Johnny Manziel has a career 2-6 win-loss record, with 7 touchdowns and 7 interceptions. In his time with Cleveland, he was a firestorm for controversy, drawing attention to himself through various stunts like, allegedly, going to Vegas in disguise to miss the team's final game in the 2015 season.
He was also involved in a domestic violence dispute with his ex-girlfriend Colleen Crowley, in which he agreed to a deal with prosecutors to get misdemeanor charges dropped.
Needless to say, seeing Manziel charge for anything other than a car wash is a joke.