Not that it should come as any surprise after he was kicked off the Utah State Aggies football team last month, but Jason Shelley has entered the transfer portal, according to multiple reports Tuesday.

Within minutes of each other, both 247 Sports and Rivals reported the news about Shelley, who was kicked off the Aggie team by former interim head coach Frank Maile just two games into his time as Utah State’s starting signal-caller after he transferred from Utah over the summer.

Maile made the move Nov. 15 following his first game in charge after Gary Andersen was fired Nov. 7.

“Jason Shelley did nothing illegal. He is a great man,” Maile said in a statement on Nov. 30. “His dismissal was 100% my decision, not due to any misconduct of any institutional policies or rules.”

The day after the dismissal, Shelley’s mother Janine had tweeted, “If demonstrating passion for the game, frustration or even a verbal altercation is a violation of a “team rule” that warrants a dismissal, then USU was not the place for you (Jason Shelley). God will bring you out better than you were before.”

In four games with Utah State, the 5-foot-10, 200-pound Shelley went 51 of 99 for 420 yards and two touchdowns, a somewhat surprising struggle after he threw for 1,205 yards in 19 appearances — including five starts — in two seasons at Utah.

He has two years of eligibility remaining.