SEATTLE, WA – DECEMBER 20: Quarterback Johnny Manziel #2 of the Cleveland Browns leaves the field after a football game against the Seattle Seahawks at CenturyLink Field on December 20, 2015 in Seattle, Washington. The Seahawks won the game 30-13. (Photo by Stephen Brashear/Getty Images)Johnny Manziel’s time in the Canadian Football League has come to an end, as the league has essentially banned the former Heisman Trophy-winning quarterback from playing in its league effective this afternoon.The CFL announced on social media that Manziel, 26, has been released by the Montreal Alouettes and he’s not allowed to be signed by another team.“We are disappointed by this turn of events. Johnny was provided a great deal of support by our organization, in collaboration with the CFL, but he has been unable to abide by the terms of his agreement,” Montreal General Manager Kavis Reed in a statement. “We worked with the league and presented alternatives to Johnny, who was unwilling to proceed.”🚨BREAKING NEWS🚨The @MTLAlouettes have released QB Johnny Manziel.FOR MORE | https://t.co/IbobgzO908 pic.twitter.com/mzVY5dn4BK— CFL (@CFL) February 27, 2019It’s another rough step for a quarterback who’s had a lot of them with his football career in recent years.What’s next for Manziel?The quarterback appears to have two options when it comes to his football career: playing in the Alliance of American Football league or playing in the XFL.The AAF could be an immediate option for Manziel, as the league debuted a couple of weeks ago and features a couple of notable coaches, like Steve Spurrier.The XFL, meanwhile, feels like a more natural fit for Manziel and his style (both on the field and off of it), but it doesn’t debut until 2020.Manziel has previously spoken highly of both leagues.“It’s great for football, it’s great for the guys who need more opportunity, need more film and time to play. I don’t know exactly what my exact steps will be for the next years coming up, but at least there’s a lot of options,” Manziel said on Barstool Sports Comeback SZN podcast.“Me and E.B. [agent Erik Burkhardt] are fully committed to playing ball and trying to get into the best situation possible and that’s what it’s all about.”At this point, though, his specific plans are unclear.
← Previous Story EHF CL Round 9 “All Star” Team announced – Karabatic, Hansen, etc… Next Story → Hans Lindberg scores 1500 goals for HSV Hamburg handballIvan DimitrijevicStrahinja MilicVardar Skopje Five days after HC Partizan Belgrade sold one of the best players, left back, Ivan Dimitrijevic (22) to German VfL Gummersbach, another transfer from Belgrade has been made. Third goalkeeper of silver Serbian NT at the EHF EURO 2012, Strahinja Milic (21) going to Vardar Skopje. Macedonian team sold Borko Ristovski to VfL Gummersbach, got 120.000 EUR from that transfer and looked for some fast replacement. Milic, who is called “Jumbo”, because of his sizes (199 cm – 120 kg) was the most interesting and according to Serbian media, sum for his freedom is 18.000 EUR.Milic is the last “wunderkind” of Serbian handball. He started to play for the NT with 16,5 years. When he was 17, he moved to Danish BSV Silkeborg, but after two knee operations, got back to Serbia – HC Partizan.