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Johnny Manziel on Colin Kaepernick: He's 'Good Enough' for an NFL Roster

08 August 2017, 08:11 | Melissa Porter

Johnny Manziel on Colin Kaepernick: He's 'Good Enough' for an NFL Roster

Johnny Manziel on Colin Kaepernick: He's 'Good Enough' for an NFL Roster

With his days as an active player in the National Football League potentially over, former Cleveland Browns quarterback Johnny Manziel remains hopeful he can return to the game in a coaching capacity.

"I'd do something involved with sports", Manziel told Travis.

Manziel was a coach at the Elite 11 camp in February, and said his interest in coaching would "probably" be college.

Manziel, who was selected by Cleveland with the 22nd overall pick in the 2014 NFL Draft, has not played in the league since being released by the Browns in March of 2016.

"Yeah, even if he's not going to start, he's good enough to be on a roster for sure", Manziel said. So that's a guy who's got a team to that point multiple years, who may have had a couple down years these past couple of years, but at the same time he has a track record of proving that he can go out and play.

It's unclear what Manziel will do in the immediate future.

Manziel went on to clarify that if he was to get into the coaching game, it would likely be at the collegiate level. "I think once all the other stuff quiets down a little bit, he'll be OK".

Manziel believes that Kaepernick is good enough to be a part of the NFL. I don't think his career is done. "And a lot of regrets I have, especially with my second year in college, not treating it kind of the way [I did] my first year", he said.

After flaming out and becoming the latest Browns quarterback bust, Manziel has been trying to get back into the NFL.

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