WATCH: Johnny Manziel Makes Return To Football Field In New League

eisman Trophy finalist Johnny Manziel poses with the Heisman Trophy at the 2012 Heisman Trophy press conference at Marriott Marquis in New York City on December 7, 2012

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Johnny Manziel is back on the football field in the new fan-controlled indoor football league a member of the Zappers, who are co-owned by New York Mets pitcher Trevor May and sportscaster Bob Menery.

Wasting no time as the league’s most notable player, Manziel immediately made a positive impact on his squad.

Check out some of the highlights:

If there is going to be any fan interest in the fan-controlled league, Manziel will need to continue making these kinds of plays.

The new league began this weekend with all games streamed live on Twitch.

“The more I heard about what this was going to be, the more I felt it was going to be something that was just very fun,” Manziel told ESPN.com.

“It’s going to be very fan-oriented and something I could get behind without being extremely, extremely, extremely serious, the way that my football career has been in the past.”

The FCF features 7-on-7 full-contact games on a 50-yard field. So get ready, there will be plenty of action, plenty of scoring, and another opportunity for Johnny Football to shine.

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