BEREA, OH - MAY 9: Cleveland Browns draft pick Johnny Manziel is answers questions during a press conference at the Browns training facility on May 9, 2014 in Cleveland, Ohio. (Photo by Jason Miller/Getty Images) *** Local Caption *** Johnny Manziel

Johnny Manziel just took a major step forward in his NFL comeback attempt

The comeback is real.

Johnny Manziel is serious about his potential NFL return and NFL teams are beginning to notice, per NFL Network:

Manziel wasn't in the NFL last season after the Cleveland Browns kicked him to the curb. After a rehab stint, a domestic violence incident and plenty of partying, Manziel is refocused.

Money Manziel is apparently willing to volunteer to take a drug test for any NFL team interested in his talents, per Sporting News.

Manziel is reportedly considered a "Stage Two" offender, which subjects him to random testings if he were signed. But there's nothing that says he must take a drug test for any team interested — he's apparently just that ready to show teams he's serious about a return.

He dedicated himself to a comeback in January and followers of his Snapchat account have followed along on his journey back to the league.

Manziel has started working with quarterback guru George Whitfield again, as well as pledged to remain sober as he works on rebuilding his dream career.

This follows the latest trend of Manziel recognizing his issues from the past, acknowledging what went wrong and promising to make it better.

Manziel has had reported offers from the Canadian Football League, among others. We'll soon see how seriously he's taking his comeback depending on how he handles himself when or if he makes a full recovery. For now, it looks like Manziel is doing and saying all the right things.

Manziel threw for just under 1,700 yards, seven touchdowns and seven interceptions in two years with the Cleveland Browns.