A second-round pick of the Calgary Stampeders in the 2013 CFL Draft, center Brett Jones took the league by storm, immediately establishing himself as one of Canada’s most dominant offensive linemen.

In his only two CFL seasons, Jones was showered with awards and honors, winning the CFL’s Most Outstanding Rookie Award in 2013 and then the CFL’s Most Outstanding Offensive Lineman Award in 2014. He also won the Jackie Parker Trophy in 2013, while being named a CFL West All-Star and CFL All-Star in 2014.

Oh yea, Jones and the Stampeders also won the Grey Cup in 2014.

That alone is a story worth telling, but Jones wanted more out of his life and career, and turned his attention to the NFL.

Many assumed the 6-foot-2, 315-pound Jones was too small to succeed, especially at the NFL level, but he would not be deterred. And in February of 2015, Jones realized his professional dream by signing with the New York Giants.

Jones would spend three years with the Giants before being traded to the Minnesota Vikings in 2018, which is where he remains today.

In total, Jones has played in 46 NFL games with 17 starts, taking snaps at both center and left guard. But in mid-March, Jones will hit free agency for the very first time and his future is a bit cloudy.

Whether or not Jones’ NFL career continues, his story will be immortalized in documentary form.

Production company “The Little Park” released the trailer for Jones’ documentary on Saturday, which is entitled, “Uncharted North: I Am Brett Jones.”

The company provided the following description:

Minnesota Viking centre Brett Jones walked a path from the cold Canadian midwest, through injuries and trades, to playing for one of the most storied franchises in the NFL.

Check out the trailer below:

A release date for the documentary has not yet been announced, and the trailer simply says, “coming soon.”