Former Texas A&M star quarterback Johnny Manziel will be in Houston to celebrate the Super Bowl and make a little spending money.
But he won’t be cashing a check as a player. Rather, he’ll be around to take selfies with football fans willing to pay money for the chance to be seen with Manziel. It’s the first time Manziel has made an official appearance since he was dumped by the Cleveland Browns 10 months ago.
According to the Associated Press, the Houston company Stadium Signatures has hired Manziel to make appearances at local malls in the leadup to the Super Bowl, which is Feb. 5 at NRG Stadium.
A selfie will cost $50. An autograph goes for $99. A four-word inscription will require an additional $29. And if you want a photographer to snap a picture, it’ll be $99.
Manziel was cut by Cleveland last March. No NFL team signed the troubled former Aggie Heisman winner. Manziel has been living in Los Angeles, where he is sometimes photographed by the gossip site TMZ.com.