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Reigning Heisman winner Johnny Manziel isn't sure if he will jump to the NFL after next season, but he and his family are preparing just in case.The redshirt sophomore confirmed on Tuesday that his family is in the process of securing a disability insurance policy in case an injury prevents him from playing professionally.“We’re currently in the process of doing that,” Manziel said to ESPN.com. ”It’s just a precaution. I think there’s a lot of players who have done it in the past and you never know what could happen. Football is a dangerous sport, so you kind of have to make sure that you take a precaution in that regard.”The Texas A&M Aggie said his parents are handling the bulk of the process along with the school. Athletes are eligible to receive up to $5 million in coverage under the "Exceptional Student-Athlete Disability Insurance Program," which protects against loss of future earnings if a disabling injury occurs during an athlete's college career.Manz...
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Texas A&M Aggies superstar Johnny Manziel, aka Johnny Football, opened up on how hectic life since taking the college football world by storm and winning the Heisman Trophy.
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