SJ - December 17, 2020
It's official, Johnny Manziel will play in his fourth professional football league since being drafted in the first-round by the Cleveland Browns. He signed a deal with the Zappers of the Fan Controlled Football League.
Bob Menery, co-owner of the Zappers with New York Mets pitcher Trevor May, announced Manziel's signing on Instagram. He also joked that in order to win the FCF championship they would need to keep Manziel away from the cheerleaders.
It's Johnny Football time again. Let's see if he can still turn it on and destroy a bunch of scrubs. This isn't likely to get Manziel another shot in the NFL, but it has the potential to be extremely entertaining.
I'm rooting for a full return of Johnny Football. We need money signs and partying in the clubs if I'm going to be interested at all in the FCF.