Johnny Manziel’s former manager Maverick Carter says he has absolutely no regrets about getting into business with the former Cleveland Brown’s quarterback.
Carter said the following during an interview with GQ when asked if he regretted his relationship with Manziel:
No, I don’t regret it. I met Johnny and liked him. He obviously was who he was coming out, which is gigantic. I feel like we did a great job with Johnny and helped him a lot. But he was his biggest opponent. He’s a very intelligent guy — he’s just his biggest opponent. Still is. But to this day, if he called me, I’d go help him in a second. So that’s another reason why I can’t regret it: I made relationships with him and his family that’ll probably last a lifetime.
The former Heisman winner has completely spun out of control and is currently facing criminal charges for allegedly striking his ex-girlfriend Colleen Crowley. (RELATED: Texas Police Send A Helicopter After Manziel Following 911 Call)
The one-time heralded football superstar’s future remains very much in doubt following several poor life choices. (PHOTOS: Check Out The Model Manziel Scooped Up During Unemployment)