Johnny Manziel Is Reportedly In Serious Talks To Make Pro Football Return For New Startup ‘Fan Controlled Football’ League

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Johnny Manziel might be ready for a new comeback season.

The former Cleveland Browns QB, who was last seen playing football in the defunct AAF, is reportedly in serious talks to return in the new “Fan Controlled Football” league.

Via TMZ Sports

Johnny Manziel may not be done with pro football after all — he’s in “serious talks” to join a new league, TMZ Sports has learned.

We’re told the 28-year-old is close to inking a deal with the new “Fan Controlled Football” league, which is set to debut in Feb. 2021.

Fan Controlled Football is a startup sports league where fans make all the decisions for their team, including team branding, personnel decisions, and real-time play calling. Teams will be headed by celebrities including Quavo, Bob Menery, Marshawn Lynch and Mike Tyson.

Apparently, Johnny Football is being recruited by Bob Menery for his FCF team.

A league spokesperson tells us Manziel is currently in talks with comedian Bob Menery — who co-owns the Zappers team with Mets pitcher Trevor May.