Johnny Manziel and Jerry Jones' developing friendship, is he destined for Dallas?

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Johnny Manziel has not kept it secret his desire to play for the Dallas Cowboys and the dream may become a reality thanks to the friendship he has been developing with the Billionaire owner of the Cowboys, Jerry Jones.

Manziel's draft projection has never been a more tricky subject, with experts placing him from top pick to possibly a few rounds later, it really will be a surprise where he ends up.

One thing is for certain is the excitement that would build if Johnny Football is still on the board by the time Dallas gets their first round selection, will Jerry Jones be able to pass on such an electrifying quarterback?

Manziel recently spoke with Pro Football Talk on Thursday and detailed the relationship he has with Jones: ""Jerry Jones has been extremely nice to me. He's treated me very, very well and we've developed a little bit of a friendship over the past year and a half, just going to games or whatever it be."

He continued by reiterating his desire to land in Dallas: "For me it would be really, really cool to go there, but not something I have stuck in my head"

If the Cowboys were to select Manziel, he would be the future rather than the immediate in Dallas, Tony Romo who recently put pen to paper on a huge deal with the franchise is still the starting quarterback for playoff-hopeful team.

It's anyone's guess of where Manziel will end up but just imagine the media explosion if he were to wear the the star of Dallas next season.

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