Eminem thinks he may have found the key to future success for the Alliance of American Football.
The rapper - real name Marshall Mathers III - tweeted at the AAF on Monday asking the league to consider allowing its players to fight.
AAF co-founder and CEO Charlie Ebersol also responded - not to Mathers' fighting request, but to his desire for a Detroit team.
Manziel made his AAF debut Sunday night in the Express' 31-25 overtime victory over the Birmingham Iron. At one point during the game, a mic'd-up Manziel could be heard swearing and talking trash to an Iron player.