Published: Mon, July 23, 2018
Sport | By Kayla Schwartz

Hamilton Tiger-Cats trade Johnny Manziel to Montreal Alouettes

Hamilton Tiger-Cats trade Johnny Manziel to Montreal Alouettes

Johnny Manziel is already on his second stop in the Canadian Football League, and this time he is the likely starter.

The Tiger-Cats, coached by former SMU coach June Jones, held Manziel's rights this spring as he attempted to make his way back to the NFL.

The Montreal Alouettes have reached out to the Hamilton Tiger-Cats regarding a potential deal for quarterback Johnny Manziel according to TSN's Dave Naylor.

Manziel, offensive tackle Tony Washington and offensive lineman Landon Rice were sent to Montreal in exchange for defensive end Jamaal Westerman, wide receiver Chris Williams and first-round picks in 2020 and 2022. The deal reportedly involves four other players, as well as two first-round draft picks going to the Tiger-Cats.

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The Als have a 1-4 record and have struggled offensively while using three quarterbacks - Drew Willy, Jeff Mathews and Matt Shiltz.

Manziel, 25, never saw the field for Hamilton, which has been led by quarterback Jeremiah Masoli. The final stats: zero passing yards, zero rushing yards and five games spent firmly on the bench.

The Alouettes are coached by Mike Sherman, who coached Manziel during his redshirt freshman season at Texas A&M in 2011.

The 2012 Heisman Trophy victor at Texas A&M was 21-of-32 for 168 yards and a touchdown in two CFL exhibition games with Hamilton.

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