Texas A&M quarterback Johnny Manziel was practicing with his team Tuesday hours after another sports memorabilia broker claimed he paid last year’s Heisman Trophy winner for signing hundreds of autographs.
According to a report by ESPN, a broker from the East Coast said he paid Manziel $7,500 to sign 300 helmets and footballs in January when the quarterback was in Connecticut to attend the Walter Camp Football Foundation banquet.
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