THERE was plenty of reaction to my piece on Andrew Johns last week and his partying. There are some nervous people associated with the Jack Newton golfing event who don't want bad publicity for what is a fun few days on the sporting calendar. Johns has also been on edge that more will emerge. Others say he has been pulling his head in over the past few weeks and staying off the drink. And, as usual, some of his ratbag mates threatened me. Then there are stories of him partying for days with teams where he has been a halves coach - and asking others such as Anthony Watmough to go partying with him. Watmough, to his credit, has been turning him down to concentrate on his football. http://www.smh.com.au/rugby-league/league-news/steer-clear-of-dogs-sonny-20120225-1tv1i.html Why is it that the NRL hold this drug addict party boy up as a pin-up boy. If what is stated is true and he is actually enticing people to party with him I hope he is kept away from Manly and it's players. Well done Choc to knock back his offer. Choc has been so good on and off the field since his last misdemeanor and has shown maturity. I admit at the time I was very critical of Choc and said that he needed to sort out the off-field problems. He's done that and he's a better player on the field and has been very good off the field. Keep it up Choc and the captaincy might head your way down the track.