Not even repeated warnings from men in gold jackets or a beatdown from coast to coast is enough to take the air out of Johnny Manziel's inflatable swan.

"I'm not going to change who I am for anybody,'' Manziel said Friday at the NFL Rookie Symposium's Play 60 youth clinic at the Browns facility here.

"I'm growing up and continuing to learn from my mistakes and trying not to make the same ones over and over again, but am I going to live in a shell or am I just going to hide from everybody and not do anything? I don't think that's the way I should live my life and I'm not going to do it.

"I'm here, I'm very committed to football. I'm committed to my job, but on the weekends, I'm going to enjoy my time off. We deserve it. We work hard here. We've worked hard since the draft. We worked hard to get drafted and put ourselves in a good position at the combine, even after that, working to stay in shape.

"I am going to enjoy my time off. I'm very about football and very about my job, which doesn't get reported or won't get reported, but I am going to enjoy my time off. That's I think what everybody else does and that's what I should do.''

Everyone from Hall of Famers Emmitt Smith, Warren Moon, and Joe Montana, to regular former players like Brady Quinn have admonished Manziel for his party-boy lifestyle, which includes spraying champagne around a club, partying hard with hip-hop pal Drake, dropping an f-bomb into his money phone and floating with a bottle of booze on an inflatable swan.

The one group that hasn't chastised him yet is the Browns.

"No (the team hasn't told him to tone it down). I don't think I'm doing anything wrong,'' he said. "I'm going out. Everybody goes out on the weekends and enjoys their life and lives their life and just for them, they don't have people that when they walk into a place pull out their phones and all they want to do is follow me around and record everything, so my situation is unique and different and now more than ever.

"I've seen that it's an every-weekend thing wherever I'm at, whether it's here in Cleveland on a weekend, or in Dallas or anywhere on a weekend people want to record what I'm doing because they think it's a story.

"Everybody goes out and has fun. Everybody goes out and does that and I'm not doing anything that's putting myself in a harmful situation. I'm not doing anything that's putting my team or jeopardizing what I do here throughout the week, or what I'm looking forward to doing this season.''