Published August 27, 2013
| Sports Network
Texas A&M quarterback Johnny Manziel reportedly met with NCAA investigators on Sunday to discuss allegations that he may have accepted money from autograph brokers for signing memorabilia.
According to ESPN.com, Manziel spent about six hours with NCAA officials at Texas A&M's campus in College Station.
ESPN had previously reported that the NCAA was investigating whether Manziel received compensation for signing hundreds of autographs at different locations, including South Florida while attending last January's BCS National Championship Game.
Manziel was the first freshman to win the Heisman Trophy last year and could be ruled ineligible if it is determined he received improper benefits. Texas A&M starts its 2013 season on Saturday against Rice.