The Indianapolis Colts worked out quarterback Jonathon Jennings on Friday, per NFL sources.
That was the first NFL team to bring Jennings in for a look.
Jennings played in 10 games for the B.C. Lions in 2018 after agreeing to a restructured contract last off-season. He threw for 1,628 yards, eight touchdowns, seven interceptions while adding 36 carries for 226 yards.
The 26-year-old broke into the CFL in 2015 passing for 2,004 yards, 15 touchdowns and 10 interceptions in eight games.
After putting together a stellar 2016 by throwing for 5,226 yards and 27 touchdowns and leading the Lions into the playoffs, Jennings 2017 numbers were down across the board with just 3,639 passing yards as he had more interceptions (19) than touchdowns (16) in a disappointing 7-11 season on the Left coast.
Jennings went unselected in the 2014 NFL draft out of Saginaw Valley State. The Kansas City Chiefs, Detroit Lions and Green Bay Packers invited Jennings to their respective rookie mini-camps, but no contract was offered by any of the franchises.