The NFL season may not be over just yet as we head towards Championship Sunday, but for the 28 teams not involved in the AFC and NFC Championship games, off-season preparation may have already started.
We are pretty much guaranteed an interesting off-season this year with several new head coaches being hired across the league and several high profile names rumoured to be on the lookout for new homes.
One of the more high profile names in the league - despite only being a second year player with the Cleveland Browns, quarterback Johnny Manziel has already made the headlines.
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Manziel was once again spotted out partying which has become a very typical headline for Cleveland newspapers to write.
However this time it comes with a difference as new Browns head coach Hue Jackson has made his desire to find a new quarterback quite well known.
Manziel's two years in Cleveland have been filled with him earning the starters spot and then losing it to some off-field antics.
But with his days in Cleveland possibly numbered, Dallas, Texas has emerged as a possible new home with Manziel studying under Tony Romo at the Dallas Cowboys.
His recent actions won't do much to quell those rumours as he has been spotted out partying in Dallas with some of the cities biggest sports stars.
Chandler Parsons of the NBA's Dallas Mavericks and Tyler Seguin of the NHL's Dallas Stars were seen out with Manziel.
Could this be a sign that Manziel is eager for a move back to Texas? Either way their night went without any sort of incident - which is rare for Manziel so maybe a move away from Cleveland to Dallas could be just what he needs.
A lot to think about
2015's disastrous year for the Dallas Cowboys leaves owner Jerry Jones and head coach Jason Garrett with a lot to think about.
Problems at runningback and quarterback meant that their season was a complete write off, but with the fourth overall pick in the 2016 NFL Draft, they have plenty of options available to them.