There are more than 20 former members of the New York Giants currently playing in the XFL, but that’s not the only league where fans could find some familiar faces.

We’re three months away from the CFL beginning their preseason and several ex-Giants have also found their way up north.

One such player is defensive end Adrian Tracy, who has called the CFL home since 2015. And after five years with the Hamilton Tiger-Cats, he is now moving onto the Montreal Alouettes.

The Alouettes announced on Thursday that they had signed Tracy to a deal.

The Montreal Alouettes announced on Thursday that the club has maintained their rights on defensive linemen Woody Baron, Bo Banner and Lord Hyeamang, on top of signing defensive end Adrian Tracy.

Tracy (6’3″, 245 lbs.) played for the Hamilton Tiger-Cats during the last five seasons, amassing 131 defensive tackles and 21 quarterback sacks in 58 games, while forcing five fumbles and intercepting two passes. In only eight games in 2019, the 31-year-old made 11 defensive tackles, three sacks and forced two fumbles.

Tracy was a sixth-round pick of the Giants in the 2010 NFL Draft. He spent four years with the team and picked up a Super Bowl ring in 2011-2012. After his time with the Giants, Tracy spent one season with the Arizona Cardinals before moving onto the CFL.

Tracy appeared in 16 NFL games (all with the Giants), recording 12 tackles (one for a loss), one forced fumble, one QB hit and one sack.