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Johnny Manziel is attempting to make an NFL comeback and he will look to impress scouts once again during a workout this week. After participating in the San Diego Pro Day last week, it is being reported that Manziel will be returning to his old stomping grounds in College Station for Round 2.
According to Bruce Feldman of FOX Sports, Manziel will be throwing at Texas A&M’s Pro Day on Tuesday.
All 32 teams are expected to be present for the workout.
Here is why Manziel is able to participate in the Pro Day, via Pro Football Talk:
Underclassmen can’t throw for pro day workouts so graduating prospects and former players are the typical players called upon to throw during the workouts if a quarterback isn’t a part of the school’s pro hopefuls. Manziel hasn’t played in a NFL game since December 2015.
Whether teams jump at the opportunity to give Manziel another chance remains to be seen, but the former first-round pick is doing everything in his power to show he has turned his life around.
After off-field and substance abuse issues derailed his professional career with the Cleveland Browns, Manziel has revealed that he is now sober and opened up about his bipolar disorder. Manziel credits his wife, Bre Tiesi, with helping turn his life around.
If Manziel is given a final chance, we hope he makes the best of the opportunity and brings a positive redemption story.