DALLAS -- Police in Dallas say troubled quarterback Johnny Manziel reported a hit-and-run collision earlier this week.
Senior Cpl. DeMarquis Black told The Associated Press that the crash happened Monday night, and Manziel had a witness from his vehicle and an impartial witness. Manziel attorney Bob Hinton said police told him the vehicle was damaged on the driver's side.
TMZ published photos of Manziel's vehicle after the crash.
Manziel's publicist, Denise Michaels, said the former Cleveland player told her he hit his head but didn't have a concussion or other injury.
"His car was T-boned and the other driver left the scene," Michaels told The Washington Post in an email.
The 2012 Heisman Trophy winner is facing a misdemeanor assault charge in a domestic violence case involving his former girlfriend Colleen Crowley. A status hearing is scheduled for Friday, but Manziel isn't required to appear.
Information from The Associated Press was used in this report