Johnny Manziel Now Says He Wants To Be A College Football Coach
Charles LeClaire-USA TODAY Sports
While in attendance at a football betting event in Costa Rica, (football betting event?) unemployed NFL QB Johnny Manziel said what he will do if he can't get a QB gig in the league again. His answer?

"I'd do something involved with sports,” Manziel said, per ESPN. “I can't get away from it," he said. "I've had to ask myself that a little bit as of late over the past year, but at the same time I'd want to be involved in sports in some way, whether it's coaching, whether it's doing something like that. So I think that'd be my route."
You jump to the 3:00 mark for his answer...

Believe it or not, the dude is still only 24. Crazy.

(SB Nation)
Filed Under: NFL


Manziel in his Wooderson voice, That's what I love about these college girls, man. I get older, they stay the same age.
Reply50 months
He wants to be a lot of things. He's going to be a drunk
Reply50 months
yes, the perfect person to lead our youth!!!!
Reply50 months
Manziel: "ok, we've had a great week of work and our preparations are going to payoff come Friday night. We are ready guys. Any questions?" Senior Qb: "coach, did you really do an entire 8 ball off some hookers back? You gotta still have pics of that!"
Reply50 months
For Johns sake I hope he never has to wake up from this fantasy world he lives in.
Reply50 months
Come to Baton Rouge, Johnny! We all love ya!
Reply50 months
and he said this at a football BETTING conference!!
Reply50 months
A hit with parents eeerwhere.
Reply50 months
Yeah. Perfect role model Johnny Failball
Reply50 months
Can't even manage his own life but he thinks he can manage and mentor nearly 100 teens and twenty-year-olds. LOLOLOL
Reply50 months
Well I was thinking more of high school
50 months
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