The Dallas Cowboys Want Nothing To Do With Johnny Manziel Until He Gets It Together

Yesterday, Johnny Manziel was released from the Cleveland Browns which means he’s free to sign with whichever team. Many thought the Cowboys would be interested in Manziel’s services but according the Dallas Morning News the Cowboys want no part of Manziel until he gets his life together.

A source said the club has no intention of bringing the former Heisman Trophy winner in for a visit or signing him now that he’s been released by Cleveland.

That same source said the Cowboys won’t pursue the quarterback and doesn’t forsee the club having any serious discussions about him, “until he gets his life back in order.

The infatuation owner Jerry Jones has with Manziel is no secret. Manziel himself has reportedly told associates that once he was cut by the Browns – Friday’s move has been anticipated for weeks – he believed the Cowboys would express strong interest.

Until Johnny stops going to nightclubs every night and takes his football career seriously he probably won’t be offered another job in the NFL.

H/T Dallas Morning News