Former Texas A & M and Cleveland Brown's quarterback Johnny Manziel played their second and last game in the Spring League on Thursday. His southern team fell in the west 34-17.
But as he did in his TSL debut on April 7, Manziel showed the game creativity that made him a Heisman Trophy winner as A & M beginner and a first round of Cleveland Brown's 2014 NFL draft.
On his first series that led his southern team to West on Thursday in Austin, Manziel finished a 50-minute pass to recipient Antwan Goodley.
Manziel, as he did so often for the Aggies, then used his feet to get his southern team on the board.
He also used his feet to avoid a rush and complete a screen card for Ben Tate who went too much yardage.
In his TSL debut on April 7, Manziel finished eight of 1
After two controversial seasons at A & M, Manziel explained to the NFL draft and was taken in the first round of Cleveland. But the off-the-field problem blocked his career and kept him out of soccer in two seasons.
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