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Johnny Manziel’s star-filled December continues with Jonas Brothers golf outing

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Johnny Manziel is certainly enjoying life this month.

He won the Heisman Trophy, which opened up a new world of celebrity for the Texas A&M quarterback. He seems to be enjoying that tremendously.

Manziel hung out in Central Park with his girlfriend, did David Letterman's Top Ten and then went on The Tonight Show with Jay Leno (and, perhaps more notably, with actress Megan Fox). He went to a Rockets-Sixers game and did the Heisman pose with James Harden, then caused a stir when he sat courtside for a Mavs-Heat game - and he hammed it up with LeBron James afterward.

And now, he's golfing with the Jonas Brothers.

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Manziel's picture with members of the boy band, which became famous from its time on the Disney Channel, can be seen above. And Manziel got a shout out back from Nick Jonas to his 5.3 million Twitter followers.

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Hey, if we won a Heisman as a freshman and got invited on a celebrity tour with David Letterman, Jay Leno, Megan Fox, James Harden, LeBron James, the Jonas Brothers and who knows who else, we'd be living it up too. But with all of these life adventures going on during the month of December, there probably is one pertinent question ...

When has Texas A&M's quarterback had any time to prepare for the Cotton Bowl?

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