Johnny Manziel questions are wearing on Kevin Sumlin

Night net NCAA Football null null null Johnny Manziel's list of off-field antics are well-documented and Kevin Sumlin is tired of answering the same questions.MORE: Friends fear 'he will die' The Texas A&M football coach is especially weary of reporters phrasing a question about Manziel as if it's some sort of obligatory interrogative. "Here's what happens with you (media) guys. The whole 'I gotta ask,'" Sumlin told Sports Illustrated's Pete Thamel. "I tell the local guys, 'No, you don't.' You really don't. Whenever you lead with 'I gotta ask,' I know something is coming." Manziel appeared in court earlier this month to face domestic violence charges. He has lost significant weight since the Browns, who selected him in the first round of the 2014 Night net Draft, released him in March. Manziel has been spotted partying from coast to coast, with highlighted spots in in Miami, Dallas, Las Vegas and Los Angeles, where he reportedly trashed a rental home that showed evidence of drug use.MORE: Johnny Manziel booted from Vegas club | April car

 wreckManziel has been dropped by two agents, including a short stint with super-agent Drew Rosenhaus, and his family and friends are worried about his well-being. Manziel says he wants to return to football, and Sumlin believes the former Aggies quarterback, who won the Heisman Trophy in 2012, can turn his life around. "I reached out to him a couple of times," Sumlin told Thamel. "It's hard to say, with him being released (from Cleveland) now, what direction that's going to go. I'm not sure what — I don't talk to him every day — but what direction that is headed. I think, obviously, it's working with a new agent and trying to make some contacts. We'll see what happens. Football is such a big part of him and his competitive nature, and to some extent his identity. We'll see where it goes."In the meantime, Sumlin would appreciate it if reporters kept their Manziel inquiries to themselves.