(Montreal, Quebec) -- "Johnny Football" is again out of football. The Montreal Alouettes [[ AL-oo-WETS ]] of the Canadian Football League have released quarterback Johnny Manziel under direction of the league after he violated terms of his contract. Team officials say Manziel was provided with plenty of support from the team but he has been unable to abide by the terms of the agreement. Manziel joined the CFL after he was cut by the Cleveland Browns following two disappointing seasons. He was drafted by the Browns out of Texas A&M in 2014.
Here is his reaction on Twitter: