Johnny Manziel was harassed by a fan at the AT&T Byron Nelson Class in Irving, Texas on Saturday. The fan would not leave Manziel alone, in which he responded by throwing a water bottle at him. 

The Irving police confirmed that Manziel was harassed by an 18-year old male and things quickly escalated once the former Heisman trophy winner threw the water bottle. One of Manziel's friends had to intervene and separate the two from anything more happening.

A photo of Manziel talking to the police made its rounds on social media Saturday afternoon:

On Sunday morning, Manziel's agent, Erik Burkhardt, said he was sitting at church with Manziel and spoke to Northeast Ohio Media Group.

Burkhardt said that Manziel reported the incident to the police at the PGA event, hence the photos, and that neither side decided to press charges. The police also indicated that Manziel did not seem to be under the influence in any way.

All of this is coming after the first week of Cleveland Browns OTA's in which reports indicating Manziel's future are not positive for the former Texas A&M quarterback.

"The Browns aren't trying to reinvent Manziel," said Tony Grossi of ESPN Cleveland. "They are, by all appearances, moving on."

The news of the Byron Nelson incident was first sparked by Colin Cowherd on Sunday morning, who was brief in his tweet:

Armen and Levack will discuss Manziel's weekend antic, this Monday between 3 and 7p ET, on 104.5 The Team ESPN Radio.

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