Johnny Manziel may be a changed man since his rehab stint. It’s far too early to tell, but some of this teammates have already commented that Johnny Football seems a bit more tame. Manziel himself has also come out and stated that his trademark “money sign” is no longer. That could be a sign of maturity.
Among the changes Manziel will make for the future includes retiring his trademark “money sign.”
“The money sign will not be back. I will not be making it out there,” Manziel said.
Manziel’s off-field life captured headlines for much of the 2014 season and now the second-year quarterback known as “Johnny Football” wants to move past that.
“I feel bad about that today,” Manziel said. “I feel bad about that throughout the last months of my life really thinking back and seeing how much of my life outside of this field and outside of this locker room was documented. It’s not fair for [cornerback] Joe Haden to be having to answer questions about me every day. It’s not fair for [tackle] Joe Thomas and all these guys to just continue to have questions asked about me. I don’t think that’s fair at all and I don’t want that on them.”