Well, the former Heisman Trophy winner Johnny Manziel finds himself at a crossroads.

It has come to everyone's attention that Johnny Football has entered  rehab. This could be an interesting finish to a pro career that has barely begun.

Manziel has been nothing but controversy since his early days in college at Texas A&M where he won the coveted Heisman Trophy as an underclassman. That's when all the fireworks began and "Johnny Football " was born. Manziel comes from a very affluent family and has always been the topic of conversation. He was always a God-gifted athlete. Went to Texas A&M, and the rest is a blur.

After Manziel won the Heisman he got very cocky. Let's go back months ago: Remember the NCAA had him dead to rights on taking a monetary gift for his autographs. He skated on that charge. In last year's NFL draft he was chosen by the Cleveland Browns in the first round. He was late for many team meetings, had a run in with a fan and played lousy when he was given a chance.

The NFL is the best of the best, and players come from all walks of life. The NFL could care less about your wealthy family, or your Heisman Trophy from college. In fact, most defensive players would love to rip Manziel's head off. He must grow up, mature, learn the playbook, and most of all calm down on his partying habits. If not, he will just be another washed-up great college player who couldn't cut the cake in the NFL.