Johnny Manziel threw today at the University of Sam Diego.
12 teams in attendance.
Strong day say those in attendance. pic.twitter.com/A8NAtSO5In
— Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) March 22, 2018
Manziel had only two misses in 38 attempts with some pesky rain falling, which really is impressive. As it stands, Manziel is slated to play in the upcoming Spring League unless for some reason an NFL team makes him an offer.
Manziel seems to be long past his troublesome two seasons spent playing with the Cleveland Browns in 2014-15. He is doing all the right things to keep his life in order and most recently became a married man.
He remains committed to playing football in whatever capacity he can. Manziel shared this message to his Twitter showing appreciation for the opportunity to participate in today’s pro day.
Much love to @USDFootball for letting me come out today. Also big thanks to @justinpriest8 and @RossDwelley for asking me to come throw. Far from perfect but enjoyed it fellas keep pushin #ComebackSZN @georgewhitfield
— Johnny Manziel (@JManziel2) March 22, 2018
It will be interesting to see if any of the 12 teams that observed Manziel today (including the Denver Broncos) reach out to him.
Well, well. Broncos sent a scout to Johnny Manziel's throwing session today at University of San Diego Pro Day. John Elway said he would explore all options in finding a QB. He said that before Case Keenum and mindset apparently hasn't changed. #9sports
— Mike Klis (@MikeKlis) March 22, 2018