Arena Football League interested in Johnny Manziel

Herm, Brunell believe AFL would be bad for Manziel (2:00)

Herm Edwards and Mark Brunell don't think the AFL would be a wise move for Johnny Manziel right now. (2:00)

Johnny Manziel's playing career is in doubt right now -- but if he doesn't play in the NFL this season, the Arena Football League says it has a home for him.

"We could provide a strong platform for him to demonstrate that he is back," AFL commissioner Scott Butera told TMZ Sports. "We would also work with him and provide him whatever help he needed to live a healthy life."

The NFL suspended Manziel earlier this week for the first four games of the 2016 season because of a violation of the league's substance abuse policy. Sources tell ESPN that Manziel, who remains unsigned after being released by the Browns in March, still faces potential discipline from the league for violations of its personal conduct policy if he does sign with a team. His domestic assault case in Dallas is still pending.

TMZ Sports reached out to Manziel for comment but had not received a response.