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Want a selfie with Johnny Manziel? It will cost you.

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Johnny Manziel’s not going to miss out on the party.

Manziel won’t be playing in it, but the former Texas A&M and Cleveland Browns quarterback will be in Houston ahead of Super Bowl LI in February to take photos and or sign autographs with fans at a price.

Stadium Signatures, a memorabilia store, will host Manziel at their mall locations in Katy on Feb. 2 and The Woodlands on Feb. 3. Each session will last one hour from 7-8 p.m. local time.

According to the store’s Facebook page, professional photos will also cost $99 and selfies are $50. Autographs also will cost $99 with an up to four-word inscription along with it costing an additional $29.

In 2013 at Texas A&M, Manziel was investigated by the NCAA for allegedly accepting money for autographs. He sat out the first half of the Aggies’ season opener against Rice after the NCAA concluded he did not receive any payment.

Manziel, the 2012 Heisman Trophy, has been out of the NFL since last March after the Browns cut him following two seasons with the team. In part, the decision was made because of off-field issues.

Manziel’s father said in June that he hoped his “druggie” son would go to jail as that would be the “best place for him.” He also was charged last year on a misdemeanor assault charge, but later had it dropped.

Last month, Raiders quarterback Derek Carr offered to help Manziel in any way he can to which Manziel “gladly” said he would accept.

In September, Manziel re-enrolled at Texas A&M for the fall semester.

To reserve tickets, call (281) 651-5736. Space will be “extremely limited.”

RELATED: Lamar Jackson hangs with Johnny Manziel after winning Heisman Trophy

(You can follow Dan Mathews on Twitter @DanMathewsATL)

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