The Saskatchewan Roughriders are turning back the clock in an attempt to salvage their season.
GM Brendan Taman said the team is bringing in veteran QB Kerry Joseph, who led the team to a Grey Cup win in 2007. Joseph won the Most Outstanding Player award that season.
The Roughriders have struggled since starter Darian Durant was lost for the year to injury, using backups Tino Sunseri and Seth Doege.
Joseph hasn't played since last year with the Edmonton Eskimos. The 41-year-old has 27,491 career passing yards and 144 touchdowns to 121 interceptions in 11 seasons with the Eskimos, Roughriders, Toronto Argonauts, and Ottawa Renegades.