Johnny Manziel has certainly had his chances. But for a former Heisman Trophy-winning quarterback who made a name for himself as “Johnny Football”, the football part has been lacking for the most part.
Johnny Manziel’s trip through pro football has been a local train. Short stops in Cleveland, Hamilton and Montreal. His last chance at a career comes, fittingly, on an Express … the AAF Memphis Express.
The first season of Alliance of American Football is headed toward its final stretch, and the pressure is starting to pick up for teams hoping to reach the postseason. After the Orlando Apollos suffered
Johnny Manziel has found his way back to the United States, signing with the Memphis Express in the new Alliance of American Football League (AAF). The quarterback, 26, is hoping to once again revitalize
Johnny Manziel has a new football home. The 2012 Heisman Trophy winner signed an agreement to join the fledgling Alliance of American Football, ESPN's Adam Schefter reported, and was subsequently assigned
Former Cleveland Browns quarterback Johnny Manziel signed a standard player agreement with the Alliance of American Football on Saturday and was assigned to the Memphis Express, the league announced. Adam
Former Heisman Trophy winner and NFL burnout Johnny Manziel will get his next chance on a football field in the Alliance of American Football. Manziel most recently played in the Canadian Football League
Can anyone stop the Orlando Apollos? The best team in the Alliance of American Football improved to 5-0 on the season last week, and Steve Spurrier’s ball club is a massive favorite to remain undefeated