The Canadian Football League has paved the way for Johnny Manziel to sign a contract in 2018. The league’s commissioner ruled the 25-year-old ineligible after he worked out for the Hamilton Tiger-Cats back in September, but has now reversed course.
The Canadian Football League has approved former NCAA and NFL quarterback Johnny Manziel for a 2018 contract. His continued eligibility requires him to meet a number of confidential restrictions, according to the league. Manziel’s rights are held by… https://t.co/65P36QG2XE
— Kevin Seifert (@SeifertESPN) December 28, 2017
If Johnny signs he will have to commit to two years, which means it’ll be a while before Johnny can get back to the NFL. Good luck on your quest Johnny. In the meantime he’s throwing passes.
2018 – The year of Johnny pic.twitter.com/z3oFRnHxjN
— Dave Portnoy (@stoolpresidente) December 28, 2017