Despite the legal dispute, he signed a one-year contract with American Broadband receiver Cumbre on Monday.
However, he is an important part of the Alouettes offensive force in 2019. In the first game of the Canadian Football League (CFL), he scored 58 passes and won the club’s second place with an advantage of 818 yards.
“We are very happy to be able to rely on receivers like Quan again.” Alouettes general manager Danny Maciocia said in a statement.
“We know that Quan recently clashed with the U.S. judicial system. One of the charges was dropped, and he pleaded guilty to another and was fined. Quan is fully aware that he will get a second chance and knows if he wants to continue He will make no mistakes by making a living from the sport he likes.”
Before the Alouettes debut, Bray played 24 games with the Indianapolis Colts from 2015 to 2017. He caught 6 balls from 75 yards. He also returned 48 kickoffs and 45 punts.
He has also been used in special teams in Montreal, accumulating 123 yards in 14 punt returns and 45 yards in two kick-off returns.
“In addition to his performance on the court, Quan has also proven to be an excellent teammate. In our locker room, everyone appreciates him.” We are very happy to have him with us. Khari Jones, head coach of Alouettes, said that he has shown his personality and we believe he will make the right decision in the future.