Despite advertising banners on their Baltimore campus welcoming Johnny Manziel as its newest endorser, an Under Armour spokesman said late Tuesday that no deal has been struck with the shoe company and the former Texas A&M quarterback.

Manziel was in Baltimore earlier this week meeting with company officials. But Under Armour spokesman Tai Foster denied that an agreement had been finished with Manziel.

“We only comment on athletes that are currently part of Under Armour’s elite roster of world-class athletes,” Foster said in a statement.

The Baltimore Sun reported that a deal with Manziel was looming after signs appeared in at least two locations at Under Armour’s headquarters welcoming Manziel to “the team.”

But it’s not unusual for the company to hang those signs when potential clients visit as part of negotiations. It appears the Baltimore newspaper accepted it as fact that Manziel and Under Armour had agreed to a deal.

The company has been preoccupied today after a mammoth snowstorm along the East Coast had perhaps its largest announcement in history when it announced a 10-year landmark apparel deal with Notre Dame earlier Tuesday. Sources told ESPN.com that the value of the deal, in combined cash and merchandise, is worth about $90 million.

Among the company’s 13 FBS schools it has agreements with include Texas Tech, Navy, Maryland, South Carolina, Utah, Northwestern and Boston College.