More reports have surfaced of Texas A&M quarterback Johnny Manziel accepting money for autograph sessions.
Sources tell ESPN's "Outside the Lines" Manziel signed autographs and memorabilia for dealers in two addtional sessions, one in South Florida after the BCS National Championship game and the other in late January in Houston.
According to ESPN, Florida based autograph dealer Kevin Freistat backed and helped organize the additional two signing sessions that included as many as 3,000 items.
The report did not indicate how much or if any money exchanged hands during the two alleged sessions.
Manziel is now accused of participating in six paid autograph sessions with three brokers in three states.
The NCAA is investigating Manziel in connection with the alleged signing sessions.
ESPN attempted to contact Freistat about the signings, but he did not return any calls or messages.
Texas A&M or Manziel have not commented on the ongoing investigation.