Cowboys Executive Vice President Stephen Jones Says There’s ‘No Chance’ They Sign Johnny Manziel
Last month, TMZ caught up with Manziel at his usual hangout—coming out of a nightclub—and asked the current free agent QB which team he would love to sign with, even though he’s suspended for 4 games. He stated he wanted to sign with the Dallas Cowboys.
Cowboys Executive Vice President Stephen Jones, Jerry Jones son, stated boldly that the Cowboys have zero interest in signing Manziel while speaking with the Tiki and Tierney Show on CBS Radio:
“Obviously Johnny needs to get his hands around his life,” Jones said.
“He needs to do the things that make him a good person off the field, I think, before he can ever have any chance of being successful in our league.”
“He’s a guy obviously from Texas that we’ve all followed and had an amazing career there at A&M. Unfortunately, he has some things that are holding him back not only as a football player, but as a person in life.”
“I hope he is able to get his hands around his life, and at some point if he does, I’m sure he’ll get another chance. But at the moment, it certainly won’t be in Dallas.”
You know things are bad when a team like the Dallas Cowboys, who have multiple players that are suspended like Manziel, won’t even take a chance on him.