He also said the Cleveland Browns should welcome back former teammate and wide receiver Josh Gordon and called him "the man."
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Manziel's answers shouldn't come as a surprise. A week ago, he posted the following to Instagram, promising he would make a return:
And he told TMZ in late June that he planned to get sober on July 1.
As for whether the Cowboys would give him a chance, team owner Jerry Jones seemed more concerned about Manziel the human being when asked if he would ever consider giving him a chance in an interview with Peter King of MMQB.com in March (h/t Eric Edholm of Yahoo Sports):
Anybody should be rooting for and concerned about his getting his life together. I have the same impression of when he came out of [Texas] A&M about what his potential is as a football player. But you can be the smartest mathematician, you can be the greatest politician... but if you can't get it straight with your life, you don't get those chances. I'm more concerned with that, and with that in mind I am not thinking about where it is to football and the Cowboys.
If Manziel does sign with another team and return to the NFL, he'll have to sit out the first four games of the 2016 NFL season after being suspended for violating the league's substance-abuse policy. Manziel was cut by the Browns in March and cleared waivers after a series of off-field incidents and distractions.
Among the ongoing off-field issues, Manziel faces a misdemeanor assault charge for a domestic incident involving ex-girlfriend Colleen Crowley in January, which is punishable by up to a year in jail and a fine of $4,000.
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