Officials met with Manziel at Texas A & M campus, but it is not clear whether it requires another meeting with him at a later date, the report said.
Controversy has swirled around Manziel for weeks. Various reports connected to him in some memorabilia dealers who claim to be paid Manziel for separate sessions signature, which would be a violation of NCAA rules.
Manziel burst onto the college football scene as a redshirt freshman last season, amassing over 5,000 total yards and making 47 touchdowns (26 passing, 21 rushing) on its way to becoming the first freshman ever to win the Heisman Trophy.
Texas A & M will begin its season Saturday at home against Rice. Previous reports stated the Aggies can keep Manziel off the field while the NCAA investigated him, but the team Monday’s game notes listed him as a starter.
With questions surround Manziel continued off-field issues, massive school director Eric Hyman issued a statement Monday saying that team did not address these issues.
“The focus of our coaches and student-athletes are just preparing for Rice this Saturday,” Hyman’s statement said, “and in the best interests of Texas A & M and the 100-plus students -athlete on the team, I’ve instructed Coach Sumlin, his staff and our student-athletes to refrain from commenting on or responding to questions about the status of our starting quarterback, Johnny Manziel. “