To see how far this schmuck has fallen he signed in Canada a day and a half ago and it hasn't even been mentioned here yet. The Hamilton Tiger-Cats coach, June Jones,says he's got a long way to go to beat out one Jeremiah Masoli. Masoli was a two-year starter at Oregon but was kicked off the team after several off-field incidents. He finished his college career at Ole Miss, signed with the 49ers as an undrafted free agent but was cut during preseason and eventually found his way to the CFL, where he's been with the Tiger-Cats since February 2013. "[Manziel's] got a lot to catch up on, but he'll spend the time to get that done," Jones continued. "I know he will because he's already learned that lesson." If Manziel hits all incentives, including taking half the snaps this season he stands to pull in $300,000 but that's probably in loonies which would be about $233k USD, less than half of what he was holding out for just a few months ago to put him at Masoli's level. He's on a two year contract which could increase by about $62k US in year two. An interesting note is that a CFL contract is for a minimum of two years and cannot be broken to allow the player to head to the NFL before the two years is up.