Former Cleveland Browns quarterback Johnny Manziel appears to be done with the NFL for good. But that doesn’t mean that he’s done with football.
Arena Football League commissioner Scott Butera told TMZ that the league would welcome Manziel with open arms.
“We could provide a strong platform for him to demonstrate that he is back,” Butera said, “we would also work with him and provide him whatever help he needed to live a healthy life.”
The NFL suspended Manziel for the first four games of the 2016 season and the Browns released him in March, so if he is looking to return to football, a spot in the AFL, which only has four weeks left before the playoffs begin, is available to him.