According to a report from USA Today, AAF chairman Tom Dundon said the league reached out to Manziel’s camp.
The San Antonio Commanders own Manziel’s rights due to the league’s college allocation system. However, all eight teams would be invited to a potential workout for the former Texas A&M star.
“Right now, it’s a decision of the GMs, and they can decide what they want to do,” Dundon told USA TODAY Sports.
“If talent-wise this is close, the negative of him is that there is drama with him and you are trying to win games and build a team. The positive is that he brings in fans and attention.
Manziel played in eight games for the Montreal Alouettes, completing over 64-percent of his passes for the team. He racke up nearly 1,300 yards through the air, but had a subpar touchdown-to-interception ratio of 5-to-7.