Johnny Manziel: ‘Of Course’ I'll Play Next Season

Of course he will. Just not as a starter.
Johnny Manziel: ‘Of Course’ I'll Play Next Season
Quarterback Johnny Manziel is a free agent after the Browns released him last week. (Jason Miller/Getty Images)
Dave Martin
3/14/2016
Updated:
3/14/2016

Teams in need of a starting quarterback ... have yet to be even rumored to be kicking the tires on Manziel.

After the season, Manziel checked himself into rehab (for 73 days) and looked much-improved on the field in his second season in the NFL—eventually becoming Cleveland’s starter. But after reportedly promising coaches he would be good over the bye week, a video surfaced of Manziel partying it up again and he was demoted from starter to third-string quarterback.

In late February of this year, Manziel was allegedly seen drinking champagne at a STORY nightclub in Miami, just hours after officials announced his domestic violence case was headed to a grand jury (per USA Today’s Eric Prisbell). Finally, last Friday Manziel was released by the Browns.

Dave Martin is a New-York based writer as well as editor. He is the sports editor for the Epoch Times and is a consultant to private writers.
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