Adam Caplan of ESPN reports that former Colts’ sixth-round pick WR Lavon Brazill has signed a contract with the Toronto Argonauts of the CFL.
The Colts waived Brazill back in July, which was just a few weeks after he received a year-long suspension for violating the league’s policy for substances of abuse.
Brazill, 25, still had two years remaining on his rookie contract worth $2.178 million when he cut loose, but it was unlikely that he was going to catch on with a new team given the fact that he’s serving a one-year suspension.
It’s probably a good move for him to play in the CFL and hopefully turn things around before trying to secure another opportunity in the NFL next year.
Last year, he totaled 161 yards receiving on 12 receptions and two touchdowns over the course of 10 games.