Johnny Manziel says he’d bring Cleveland Browns a Super Bowl

Johnny Manziel will have plenty of suitors come draft night on May 8. If he winds up in Cleveland, he'll be ready to provide a first.

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Johnny Football will do all that he can to be Johnny Super Bowl if he becomes a Cleveland Brown.

Talking to reporters from the Houston Chronicle and Fort-Worth Star Telegram, Manziel pulls out some Browns trivia and makes a bold proclamation.

"If something happens, and it’s the Cleveland Browns, I’m going to pour my heart out for the Dawg Pound and try to win a Super Bowl for Cleveland," Manziel says. "I don’t care if they’ve had 20 starting quarterbacks since 1999. I’m going to be the 21st and the guy that brought them the Super Bowl."

The guy sure isn’t lacking on confidence or swagger.

He further goes on to attempt to dispel the qualms over his Johnny Football persona.

"Johnny Football is the stuff you see on TMZ," he says. "There’s part of that folktale that goes along with it and tries to twist me into somebody I’m not all the time. I feel like now there’s kind of like this frozen food package — a prewrapped, precooked package of who I am.

"Johnny Manziel is the guy that — whether it’s Houston, Jacksonville, Cleveland or Oakland — you’ll have to drag off that field before I stop playing for those guys. Those are my teammates. Those are my brothers from now on. I’m going to fight until there’s no time left on the clock. That’s Johnny Manziel."

Whether he has the skills to deliver whichever team he goes to a title is up for debate.

But it’s difficult not to get behind a guy who knows your past and would want that badly to change it.