Cowboys’ Jones Didn’t Take Manziel For Fear Of Controversy
The Dallas Cowboys passed up on Johnny Manziel. Jerry Jones’ reasoning? He didn’t want to cause a quarterback controversy because the Cowboys are “totally committed” to Tony Romo. Jones didn’t think that Manziel was good enough to beat out Romo for the starting job.
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