The Johnny Manziel experience has been a roller coaster for the Cleveland Browns.

But after just two seasons, it looks like the wild ride is coming to an end.

Sports Illustrated’s Peter King took to Twitter on Sunday evening to explain why the Browns, which fired their general manager and head coach after a failed season, are likely to part ways with the Heisman Trophy winner from Texas A&M:

It seems only fitting that Johnny Football could make a return to Texas to play for Jerry Jones.

Not only would he be an instant fan favorite, but he also would provide an alternative to an aging, injury prone Tony Romo, who missed much of this season with collar bone issues.