Johnny Manziel aspires to become football coach, analyst if QB career doesn't pan out

Johnny Manziel aspires to become football coach, analyst if QB career doesn't pan out

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Johnny Manziel aspires to become football coach, analyst if QB career doesn't pan out

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Expectations were high when Johnny Manziel was selected with the 22nd overall pick in the 2014 NFL Draft, but his career as a quarterback spiraled downhill quickly.

Manziel spent only two seasons in the NFL, and has since played in the Canadian Football League, and, most recently the AAF. It hasn’t worked out for him at any of those places, as his off-field behavior tarnished his NFL career. As for his stint in the CFL, well, Manziel violated the terms of his agreement, and the AAF is no more.

So it’s unclear what Manziel’s next career move will be, but apparently, he’s open to becoming a coach or analyst.

It’s hard to imagine Manziel delivering intelligent takes as an analyst, as he was never known for having high football IQ, but we’ll see.

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