Texas A&M QB Johnny Manziel tweaked his left knee and left the game at Ole Miss for one play. He has since returned and led a scoring drive for the Aggies. Mandatory Credit: Nelson Chenault - USA TODAY Sports

Manziel Returns After Knee Scare


Texas A&M QB Johnny Manziel left tonight’s game – just for one play – at Ole Miss with what appeared to be a left knee issue. Manziel has already returned to the game and seems to be healthy.

Manziel tweaked his knee in the middle of the first quarter when he scrambled to his left to make a throw. The 2012 Heisman Trophy winner crumbled to the ground upon releasing the ball.

The sophomore did walk off the field to the sideline, but in pain and with help from two trainers.

ESPN sideline reporter Holly Rowe said Texas A&M does not give out injury information.

Manziel returned for the next series and immediately started completing passes and moving the Aggies down the field.

QB2 Luke Joeckel replaced Manziel for the one play.

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