Auburn QB Jeremy Johnson had an up-and-down career with the Tigers, and didn’t end up going to the NFL after his playing days were over.

Now, though, he’s back on the gridiron, and will resume his career north of the border in the Canadian Football League.

As you can see below, the Saskatchewan Roughriders announced on Friday that Johnson had been signed to their practice squad:

Saskatchewan’s starting quarterback, Zach Collaros, is currently injured, with backup Brandon Bridge out of South Alabama taking over.

Johnson is being brought in to provide depth at the position, but if he performs well in his new role, perhaps he can carve out a future in the CFL.