Johnny Manziel's statement after being released from the Browns is so appropriately short. It's as short as how long he was in Cleveland. It's as short as how much playing time he got, or earned, or however that works--doesn't matter, we're talking Johnny Manziel and the Cleveland Browns. It's as short as how many great plays he made in Cleveland. It's as short as everyone in Cleveland's tempers and patience was for Johnny. It's as short as Johnny Manziel is next to most every other player in the NFL. It's as short as the average duration of a Cleveland Browns coach. It's as short as the average duration of a Cleveland Browns quarterback. It's as short as the amount of hope a Cleveland fan has for their team at the beginning of each season. It's as short as the average stack of $100 dollar bills Johnny Manziel takes out with him every night to party, which is actually a pretty nice sized stack. That stack is exactly what Johnny got out of this whole situation, too. Who knows where Johnny Football ends up next, but really, does it matter? He doesn't know and he doesn't care, either, because Johnny Manziel doesn't give a crap. He just does the Johnny Manziel thing. His statement isn't negative or positive, it's just "Don't care!" and that's about what anyone would expect.
Also, his statement would be just over two tweets long, that's how hilariously short it is--only 31 characters into a third tweet: