The Dallas cops are still investigating him, and the Browns are apparently done with him.
“I’m not worried. I feel like Johnny’s taking care of business,” Miller said, via the Associated Press. “He has adversity. Everybody has been here with adversity. I’ve been here with my own personal adversity. The support that I’m giving him is the support that he’s given me in the past.”
The Super Bowl MVP said they text and talk, and he wants to be there to support Manziel. But he also thinks the quarterback’s troubles are in the past, saying: “I truly believe he’s on the right track now.” Miller himself has come back from a substance abuse suspension (and a torn ACL), so he knows something of adversity.
But Manziel’s own parents didn’t share that optimism earlier this month, with his father saying he was worried for his son’s life. But other than a few police statements, all we’ve seen from Manziel was an appearance at former teammate Mike Evans’s wedding.