Johnny Manziel Reportedly Denied Receiving Money for Signing Autographs

Mike Chiari@mikechiariFeatured ColumnistAugust 27, 2013

Due to allegations of signing autographs in exchange for pay, Texas A&M quarterback Johnny Manziel finds himself in a great deal of trouble with the NCAA heading into the 2013 season. According to Bruce Feldman of CBS Sports, however, Manziel has denied taking money.

According to Feldman, Manziel met with NCAA investigators for five-and-a-half hours on Sunday to discuss the allegations levied against him. If the NCAA were to find Manziel guilty of accepting payments from autograph and memorabilia dealers, he would almost certainly lose his eligibility to play for the Aggies this season.

 

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