The Manning Passing Academy is an annual summer football camp held for high school football players. It is a four-day camp held in the Manning's homeland of Thibodaux, La. and brings in current and former college football and NFL players to help coach these campers.
Texas A&M's center-of-attention quarterback Johnny Manziel was one of the camp's many QB coaches, but he was the only one asked to leave. Originally believed to be sick, Manziel apparently overslept, missed meetings and was asked by Archie Manning himself to leave the camp, Saturday.
According to Rumors and Rants, "Our source, who wishes to remain anonymous because of his connection to the camp, gave us the scoop after Manziel showed up tardy Saturday afternoon after being out on the town Friday night. The Texas A&M star reportedly enjoyed himself a little too much Friday night and rolled back into the camp at Nicholls State University some time around noon Saturday before getting the boot."