Since entering the league as the 22nd overall pick by the Cleveland Browns in 2014, Johnny Manziel has proven to everyone what we all thought would happen once he got millions of dollars and became a pro quarterback—he’d party, he’d make bad decisions and he’d be a distraction to his team.
For those reasons, former fullback and current NFL Network analyst Heath Evans lit into Johnny Football today, going as far as to say that Manziel should be “blackballed” by Commissioner Roger Goodell for the “betterment of our league, for the betterment of the future of our league… and say ‘we’re not tolerating this type of selfish, childish, mindless behavior.”
Here’s the full rant, via Twitter:
Well, Evans has spoken his opinion—and, for some reason, I’m sure others wouldn’t disagree. Still, it’s a little much to suggest Manziel, who has never been charged with anything while a member of the Cleveland Browns, should be booted from the NFL for good for nothing more than being immature.