Is Johnny Manziel reaching the end of his career? | The Tylt
Johnny Manziel is in more trouble. Yikes! The 23-year-old has had a tumultuous relationship with drug and substance abuse. And once again, it's catching up to him. He's been suspended for four games after violating the NFL's substance abuse policy.
The interesting part is that Johnny isn't signed to any team after the Cleveland Browns let him go earlier this year. He's a free agent. And the four-game suspension make matters a lot harder for the once promising young quarterback. If he signs with a team he'll be out for the first four games. That has to be a tough sell!
This is clearly not his first time getting in trouble with the NFL or the law. He faces other charges for assaulting his girlfriend—including misdemeanor assault charges by law and additional NFL discipline under the personal conduct policy. And while some have been hoping he'll make a comeback, he just can't seem to get his life back on track.
So, is the end inevitable for Johnny's career? Or should fans still hope for a comeback?
Some folks still have faith in the quarterback. They don't want to see his talent go to waste.
What do you think: Is #ManzielFinished or do you have #FaithInManziel?
Is Johnny Manziel reaching the end of his career?
Suspending Johnny Manziel from playing in 4 NFL games this season is the equivalent of suspending me from playing in 4 NFL games this season— McNeil (@Reflog_18) June 30, 2016
Johnny Manziel's 4-gm suspension only applies to substance abuse. If he signs, he's subject to the personal conduct policy (his legal case)— Ian Rapoport (@RapSheet) June 30, 2016
Was going to make a joke about "Johnny Manziel" but to tell the truth...it's just not funny anymore...this will not end very well for him..— Cornelius Moore (@CMooreHere) June 30, 2016
Johnny Manziel gonna end up just being another football player that no one remembers like Troy Aikman or Tony Romo— Really Thugged Out (@BehrGris) June 30, 2016
I sincerely hope Johnny Manziel can get sober & play again. Hate all you want, the dude is captivating. Addiction runs deeper than character— Aaron Norris (@aaronorris) June 30, 2016
I sincerely hope Johnny Manziel can get it together. I wish he had stayed longer at Texas A&M. He would have been better off.— kathryn (@darkjeangrey) June 30, 2016
I can't be the only one who wants Johnny Manziel to make a storybook comeback...right?— Ryan Boudreau (@pimpinsinceNAM) June 30, 2016