Canadian Ricky Foley is on the move again, landing with the Saskatchewan Roughriders.
The non-import defensive end joins Saskatchewan after three seasons with Toronto.
Foley had three sacks in 18 games for the Argos last season, and then recorded one in the Grey Cup to go along with four tackles and a fumble recovery. He was named Most Valuable Canadian in the championship game victory over Calgary.
Foley, who'll be 31 by the time the season starts, began his career with four seasons in B.C. The Courtice, Ont., native was named Outstanding Canadian for the 2009 season, and also won a Grey Cup with the Lions.
Between stints with the Lions and Argos, Foley in 2010 tried to land an NFL job with Seattle and the New York Jets.
The Riders did not release financial details.