On Tuesday, Mike Pettine, Cleveland Browns’ coach said that he considers the incident that involved a fan and the team’s Johnny Manziel at the AT&T Byron Nelson golf-tournament a “non-story.”
During the press conference where he was addressing the media, the Cleveland Browns coach was very brusque and terse while answering most of the questions that were directed to him by the media. He also went on further and gave his opinion regarding the incident with Manziel, stating that he is comfortable with the information that he has managed to receive so far.
An Irving, Texas police spokesman said that during the AT&T Byron Nelson golf-tournament on Saturday, Manziel, for reasons that they are yet to find out, took a water bottle that three-quarters full and threw it at the fan. He also added that the fan has pressed no charges at now and the matter will be dismissed.
Here is what Pettine had to say regarding the whole incident.
“I have been able to receive all the information of what exactly happened during that day and in my mind the whole incident it's a non-story,” he said. He also went on further and stated that they had spoken with Manziel. That said he did refuse to give details as to what the two actually talked about.
The one who is believed to have brought about the whole issue, Manziel, did not take part in any of the press meeting that was held on Thursday.