Drew Rosenhaus hasn’t been Johnny Manziel’s agent for a week, but the well-known figure is already generating some buzz for his embattled client.
“Much of his life and career is public so from the business side we are trying to keep that behind the scenes,” Rosenhaus told Hill. “Yes, there are teams interested in him.”
The 2014 first round pick had a two-year stint with the Browns that featured very little on-field production and plenty of drama off of it. Manziel spent 10 weeks in rehab before the 2015 season and is involved in in a pending criminal investigation involving a January incident between him and his ex-girlfriend. He threw for 1,500 yards, seven touchdowns and five interceptions in nine games with the Browns last season.
There are plenty of NFL teams that could use a quarterback and may be intrigued by Manziel’s potential and whimsical production in College Station, Texas. The question remains whether Manziel can straighten out his personal life.