Johnny Manziel's NFL comeback tour continues.
In late March, the former Cleveland Browns quarterback looked sharp when he took the field for the Pro Day at Texas A&M, his alma mater.
On Saturday night, Manziel made his NFL Spring League debut at an undisclosed high school near Austin. The game was a culmination of over a week's worth of practice by 170 players, all of whom paid to partake in the experience. The Spring League markets itself as a developmental league for players looking to make NFL rosters.
So, how did he perform on the field?
The answer is: so-so. Manziel managed to throw a touchdown pass and showed flashes of what made him such a great college player and enticing pro prospect.
He also got sacked three times and was unable to lead his team to a comeback win late in the fourth quarter.
Here's what Manziel told reporters after the game:
"It was good to be back on the field. I'm frustrated right now. First quarter was short, being in there. But nevertheless, I mean, on the field with two minutes left to win the game... I'm [mad] right now. Trying to shake it off a little bit."
The 2012 Heisman winner hasn't taken an NFL snap since December 2015, and he's been out of the league entirely since March 2016.