Johnny Manziel's football career took another major hit on Wednesday. The Canadian Football League announced Manziel has been kicked out of the league.
According to a release from the CFL, Manziel "contravened the agreement which made him eligible to play in the league." The CFL went on to inform its teams that the league will not register a future contract for the former college football star.
Montreal Alouettes general manager Kavis Reed released a statement about the move.
"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. We worked with the league and presented alternatives to Johnny, who was unwilling to proceed," he said on Wednesday.
Manziel played in eight games for the Alouettes during the 2018 season.
He completed over 64-percent of his passes for the team, racking up nearly 1,300 yards through the air. While his completion percentage is solid, his touchdown-to-interception ratio of 5-to-7 was subpar.
Manziel also showcased his ability to run the football, averaging 7.4 yards per carry for 215 yards in eight games.
The former Texas A&M star could look at the XFL or Alliance of American Football if he wants to continue his football career.