Former Nebraska quarterback Tommy Armstrong Jr. is going to be playing football in the Cornhusker State again.

Wednesday, the Nebraska Danger of the Indoor Football League announced that they have signed Armstrong. Team owner Charlie Bosselman hinted at potentially big news in November but didn’t reveal too much at the time.

“Real excited about this year,” Bosselman told NTV. “We’re not ready to announce it yet, but we may have some interesting players this year that people of Nebraska might be real interested in watching them play.”

The Danger joined the Indoor Football League in 2011. They have appeared in three championship games since that time.

Armstrong was a member of the Huskers from 2013-2016, throwing for 8,871 yards and rushing for an additional 1,819 yards. He accounted for a total of 90 touchdowns, as well.

Armstrong was with the Minnesota Vikings in preseason camp but didn’t make the final roster.