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Report: Johnny Manziel hospitalized due to 'reaction' to prescription drugs

Johnny Manziel drew a lot of attention at Texas A&M's pro day.
Johnny Manziel drew a lot of attention at Texas A&M's pro day. AP

Johnny Manziel's NFL comeback has hit a bit of a speed bump.

The former Texas Aggies star and Heisman Trophy winner was admitted to a hospital in Humble, Texas on Monday, according to a report from TMZ. Manizel was reportedly in town to attend a concert and play in a golf tournament hosted by former Aggies teammate Mike Evans.

A representative from Manziel's camp told TMZ: "It seems like he had a reaction to an adjustment in his prescription. He’s fine and headed home."

In an interview with "Good Morning America" back in February, the former first-round draft pick said that he had been diagnosed with bipolar disorder. Manziel revealed that he was diagnosed about a year ago and he is taking medication for the condition.

This past March, the former Cleveland Browns' quarterback looked sharp when he took the field at Texas A&M's Pro Day.

In early April, Manziel made his NFL Spring League debut, with mixed results. The Spring League markets itself as a developmental league for players looking to make NFL rosters.

Johnny Football spoke to reporters at the National Fantasy Football Convention. video by Clarence Hill Jr.