Former Texas A&M quarterback Johnny Manziel was hospitalized in Texas on Monday night, according to TMZ, due to a reaction with his prescription medications.
Manziel was in Humble, Texas, to play in a golf tournament hosted by former Aggies wide receiver Mike Evans. Manziel stayed in the area to attend the JMBLYA concert with friends.
“It seems like he had a reaction to an adjustment in his prescription,” Denise Michaels, Manziel’s representative, told TMZ. “He’s fine and headed home.”
In February, Manziel revealed to “Good Morning America” that he was bipolar and taking medication for the disorder. TMZ reported that it was unclear if that medication was related to the reaction.
Manziel, 25, is attempting an NFL comeback after not playing in the league since 2015. He played two seasons for the Cleveland Browns before off-the-field issues led to the former Aggies standout not playing the past two seasons.
During his comeback attempt, Manziel has impressed scouts while working out at several pro days and playing in The Spring League. It remains to be seen, however, if any NFL team will sign “Johnny Football.”