Johnny Manziel might not be valued in Cleveland, but other teams around the NFL like the second-year quarterback.
Schefter revealed the information on Thursday's edition of the Dan Patrick Show on NBC Sports.
Head coach Mike Pettine and the Cleveland Browns have once again relegated Johnny Manziel to the bench following another off-field incident involving alcohol.
Pettine and the Browns kept Manziel on ice after Josh McCown's injury on Monday night, and named Austin Davis the starter for Sunday's game against the Browns.
Manziel has shown promise in six games this season, passing for 933 yards and five touchdowns. At the same time, the young quarterback has drawn criticism for his lack of off-field commitment, as the Browns have expressed a lack of trust in the Texas native.
The Dallas Cowboys appear to be the top destination for Manziel should the Browns decide to trade or release Manziel at the end of the season. According to Schefter:
"Jerry [Jones] wanted to draft him and was held at bay by others in the organization who opted and convinced him to go for Zack Martin. So, if Jerry Jones wanted him that badly and Johnny Manziel is probably going to be shipped out of Cleveland this offseason, Dallas would be one of the two or three logical landing spots."
Depending on who you ask, the possibility of trading Manziel is enticing, particularly if the Browns receive something of value in return.
Either way, Johnny Manziel's days in Cleveland appear to be numbered.