Johnny Manziel hurts right shoulder and arm against Auburn

Nick Bromberg
October 19, 2013

A week after hurting his knee against Ole Miss, Johnny Manziel hurt his right shoulder against Auburn.

Manziel was scrambling towards the goal line in the fourth quarter and as he got tackled at the tree, he landed on his right forearm and shoulder, which is his throwing arm.

He was helped off the field and after being attended to on the sideline, attempted to throw a pass to Mike Evans. As he wound up he quickly stopped and turned to Texas A&M's training staff and shook his head, signaling that he was unable to throw the football. He subsequently went to the locker room, but returned to the Texas A&M sideline and was playing catch.

Against Ole Miss, Manziel hurt his left knee while rolling out for a pass, but re-entered the game. He played Saturday with a brace on his knee.

After leaving the game, the reigning Heisman Trophy winner was replaced by Matt Joeckel, who started A&M's first game of the season when Manziel was suspended for the first half because of an NCAA investigation into allegations that he profited off of autographs.