What’s Next for Johnny Football?

Perhaps the people of Cleveland are looking back on Johnny Manziel as a “mistake by the lake” just two years after the Browns made him a first round draft pick.

The team officially cut the troubled Quarterback Friday, leaving the former Heisman Trophy Winner with a very uncertain future.

“It’s too soon to say he couldn’t be an NFL Quarterback” ESPN San Antonio’s Ari Temkin told KTSA News, adding “I just don’t know what becomes the catalyst for him to understand he needs to change. I don’t know how this hasn’t been. I don’t know how anything that’s transpired over the last year hasn’t been.”

Temkin said the talent is still there–but it’s hard to see a team taking a chance on him given his recent troubles that include a continuing domestic violence investigation in Dallas.

“I don’t know there’s an NFL future for him. He doesn’t care. I think that’s obvious” Temkin said.

His best guess as to what’s next for “Johnny Football?”

“I’m going to go off the radar here and say he’s going to become a reality televison star… because he already is” Temkin said.



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