Former Dallas Cowboys wide receiver and convicted criminal Michael Irvin thinks Cowboys owner Jerry Jones could save Johnny Manziel from continuing his downward spiral.
Irvin spoke with TMZ reporters late Wednesday night about the prospect of the troubled Cleveland Browns quarterback joining the Cowboys.
Irvin said Manziel needed somebody to “reach down inside of the kid and pull out the king,” and that person for Manziel could Jones. (RELATED: Johnny Manziel, Hot Girlfriend Reportedly Break Up [PHOTOS])
The former NFL star was also critical of the Browns organization saying, “Cleveland doesn’t have any damn body that can help him do that. They’re trying to save their own life. Forget about trying to save his.” (RELATED: Police Intervene During Alcohol-Fueled Dispute Johnny Manziel Had With His Girlfriend)
Manziel’s latest run-in with trouble involved Texas police using a helicopter to search for him after the police were called during a potential domestic violence situation. (RELATED: Texas Police Send A Helicopter After Johnny Manziel Following 911 Call)