Duron Carter took a shot at his old team in Montreal after the Alouettes officially hired 63-year-old head coach Mike Sherman.
Legendary Hall of Fame NFL quarterback Brett Favre is currently 48 and he’s been retired since 2010.
The enigmatic pass catcher was at the centre of controversy for much of the 2016 season while in Montreal. He was suspended one game for bumping Redblacks coach Rick Campbell after scoring a touchdown in a game on June 30 and was involved in a practice confrontation with quarterback Rakeem Cato.
After those incidents piled up, Carter was released in October 2016 and eventually signed a one-year deal with the Riders. The 26-year-old was a 2017 CFL all-star on a Saskatchewan team that went 10-8 and made the East Final. Meanwhile, Montreal had the worst record in the league at 3-15.
Carter got the last laugh in 2017 and added another one for good measure.