Johnny Manziel wrapped up his Spring League season and has his sights set on a return to the NFL. The former Cleveland Browns quarterback ran for two touchdowns while throwing one interception in his second and final game of the showcase league.

Looking more like the Heisman winning kid who lit it up at Texas A&M, as opposed to the barely athletic party addict that many saw on social media the last few years, Manziel appeared refocused on making the most of his last shot in professional football.

While he has said all of the right things and impressed some scouts at his workouts, it remains to be seen if there is any genuine interest in bringing him into training camp.

Lukewarm NFL interest

While Manziel has made it clear that his desire is to return the NFL, it is uncertain if a team is out there willing to take a risk on the beleaguered former first-round draft pick. He created some buzz for himself when he participated in two pro days to work out in front of scouts, but to be honest, the scouts traveled to both outings to evaluate other players.

Still, Manziel was seen at both of his workouts talking extensively with New England Patriots scouts. This could mean a variety of things, one being the Patriots are notorious for doing the most due diligence that they possibly can. Simply put, they are just as likely to be covering their bases before they pass on Manziel as much as they may have legitimate interest in him.

While he's been applauded for showing maturity as he discussed how his immaturity led to his downfall at Cleveland, at least one scout has said that he's done himself a disservice by being so honest. If Manziel is truly engaged in making an NFL comeback, the scout's advice was to get off social media and bury his head in a playbook.

There's always the CFL

If things don't work out on the NFL trail, Manziel does have the Canadian Football League to fall back on. He has a standing offer from the Hamilton Tiger-Cats, though he would need to make a decision on that by the middle of May when training camp starts.

Manziel was on a sort of probation with the CFL as they monitored his rehab progress and weighed whether or not he would be welcome to play in the league.

After several months, Manziel has been formally invited to be a part of the CFL, should a team want to sign him. Hamilton had been watching the whole situation closely and immediately offered the Heisman winner a contract.

If he does agree to sign with Hamilton, it will be a two-year deal.