Johnny Manziel is in search of another opportunity in the NFL, and newly hired agent Drew Rosenhaus appears confident there's at least somewhat of a market for the quarterback's services.
After declining to discuss his client's off-field issues Monday at the league's owners meetings, Rosenhaus claimed there are teams that are indeed interested in the free agent.
"I'm not talking much about him publicly," Rosenhaus said, according to Clarence Hill of the Fort Worth Star-Telegram. "Much of his life and career is public so from the business side we are trying to keep that behind the scenes. Yes, there are teams interested in him."
A first-round pick in 2014, Manziel was released by the Browns at the beginning of free agency.
Though it's entirely possible that teams will be intrigued by the talent that once made him a highly coveted prospect, the 23-year-old is still awaiting the result of an investigation into a domestic violence incident between him and his ex-girlfriend.
Manziel completed just 57 percent of his passes in throwing for 1,675 yards, seven touchdowns, and seven interceptions in limited action over his first two seasons.