Quarterback Johnny Manziel found himself on a new team in the Canadian Football League.
The Hamilton Tiger-Cats traded Manziel to the Montreal Alouettes on Sunday in a move that reunites the signal-caller with Alouettes head coach Mike Sherman, who helped recruit Manziel to Texas A&M in 2011.
"We have acquired an exceptional quarterback with undeniable talent," Alouettes general manager Kavis Reed said in a statement, via the team's official website. "With his great mobility, his athletic abilities and his instinct we believe that he will have a positive impact on our offence."
Manziel joined the CFL on a two-year deal with Hamilton with hopes of jump-starting his career, but couldn't overtake quarterback Jeremiah Masoli for the starting job.
With the Alouettes, however, Manziel could have better opportunities to see action with knowledge of Sherman's offense.