Johnny Manziel Hospitalized for 'Reaction to Increased Dosage in Lithium'

Johnny Manziel Hospitalized for 'Reaction to Increased Dosage in Lithium'

The post is briefly visible on Manziel's Instagram account, but is not sharable.

The former Texas A&M Heisman Trophy victor was hospitalized in Texas on Monday night for a negative reaction to his medication, TMZ Sports reported.

Manziel was in the area attending the JMBLYA concert with his friends after participating in a golf tournament hosted by former Texas A&M teammate Mike Evans.

We'll update you on Manziel as more details come in.

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Manziel's representative, Denise Michaels, told TMZ and USA TODAY that he's fine now.

It has been reported that Manziel recently had his prescription drugs adjusted and his hospitalization is due to from a bad reaction to the adjustment.

Manziel has been trying to work his way back into the National Football League after being drafted by the Cleveland Browns in 2014 and released in 2016. According to Manziel, he takes lithium to deal with his bipolar disorder. His partying ways and lackluster performance led to his being released, and he is now a free agent playing in the Spring League, where he has so far been impressing scouts and team officials.

He has said in recent weeks after playing in the developmental Spring League and helping out at Texas A&M's pro day that he will attempt another NFL comeback, but failing that will look to play in the CFL next season.

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