Johnny Football is retiring his signature move.
"The money sign will not be back. I will not be making it," Manziel said.
The move makes sense because Manziel has had few opportunities to rub his fingers in celebration since his NFL debut. In five games last year, he passed for 175 yards, zero touchdowns and two interceptions. The money sign made a brief appearance during a 26-10 loss to the Buffalo Bills in November, but even then, it seemed like it was close to cashing out for good.
"Last year is last year; it was what it was and it was not very good," Manziel said. "So for me, I'm trying to close that chapter and just build on what I've done so far this year and just move forward and try to close that chapter in my life. Not one that I'm very proud of, not one that I want to look back on very much and dwell on, that's for sure."
Manziel also said he believed his time in rehab proved to be a distraction for the team.
"I feel bad about that today," he said. "I feel bad about that throughout the last months of my life, really thinking back and seeing how much of my life outside of this field and outside of this locker room is documented."