It makes sense that football fans in Texas, especially Texas A&M fans, would like to see Johnny Manziel as the future quarterback of the Dallas Cowboys. If Manziel has the type of Heisman Trophy-season he did last year, there’s a good chance that he’ll leave Texas A&M after his sophomore season and enter the 2014 NFL Draft. If that happens, it’s very possible that he would be drafted in the first round and maybe within one of the first few picks. Would the Cowboys be interested in spending their 2014 first-round pick on a quarterback after recently giving Tony Romo a six-year, $108 million contract extension? Cowboys owner and general manager Jerry Jones was asked that Wednesday during a conference call with season-ticket holders. “Although we’ve just signed Romo, there’s a time when you start at quarterback, preparing for the future,” Jones explained. “We can’t talk about, I’m forbidden, from league rules of talking at all about an undrafted player, a player that still has eligibility. That has as much to do with your competitive aspect of other teams not liking that. In other words, what are you doing? Are you trying to recruit? Are you getting ahead of things? “I can’t talk about him but, gosh, do I enjoy watching him and I am enjoying our Heisman Trophy winner.” http://cowboysblog.dallasnews.com/2...s-would-be-interested-in-johnny-manziel.html/ Not sure if anyone saw this but I thought it was interesting. A LOT of time left before next years draft and so many unforeseen variables to occur obviously, but this would be a dream come true tbh. If he has another great season and elects to go pro, and we have a chance to draft him, I think we absolutely should go for it. His passing is improving every month it seems and this guy has the "It" factor. Great accuracy and underrated arm strength (watch highlights from ATM's Spring game in April). Just my 2 cents, but it sounds like Jerry likes him and we all know he loves to make a splash. Johnny Manziel in a Cowboys uni just seems like destiny to me (my sig says it all).