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Money Manziel birthday cake perfectly describes quarterback

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A one-of-a-kind cake for a one-of-a-kind man.

Johnny Manziel celebrated his birthday Saturday and got a uniquely made cake for the occasion. 

Colossal Cupcakes, located in Cleveland, made him a custom cake full of dollar bills, silver coins and gold bars. Check it out on Instagram here.

On Tuesday, it was confirmed that Johnny Manziel would start his first ever NFL game for the Cleveland Browns. He will play Sunday against the Bengals. 

"We've made the decision to start Johnny this week against the Bengals. This decision is really not about Brian Hoyer or Johnny Manziel, it is about the Cleveland Browns. We are always going to make decisions that we feel are in the best interest of the team. Brian has done everything that has been asked of him and he has done so as a true professional. It's never just any one position when a unit is not functioning at the level you'd like. We are trying to get the offense to perform at a higher level. Johnny has worked very hard to earn this opportunity and it will be very important for every member of the offense to elevate their play for us to obtain our desired result," said head coach Mike Pettine.

Manziel says he is gracious of the opportunity.

"I'm very appreciative of the opportunity that Coach Pettine and the coaching staff have given me to be the starter on Sunday. I've tried to spend my entire season learning what it takes to become a pro, and it's been great to watch Brian because he knows what it takes. I've prepared every week to be ready to help the team however possible, and my focus has been on improving every day. I'm very excited to get out on the field with my teammates on Sunday and to have the opportunity to make the Dawg Pound proud," said Manziel.

Bengals Head Coach Marvin Lewis recently came under fire for calling Manziel a 'midget' in a radio interview. He later apologized, saying that he realizes his comments were offensive. 

The Bengals and Browns game will air on FOX19 NOW at 1 p.m. Sunday. 

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