Myles Brennan, a senior quarterback at LSU, is reportedly deciding to end his career after five seasons.

Brennan played in 18 games during his LSU career, finishing 121 of his 201 attempts for 1,712 yards and 13 touchdowns to 6 interceptions.

Brennan is quitting football, according to a source who spoke to the radio host, after learning from Brian Kelly that he won't be the Tigers' starting quarterback this fall.

Brennan, a four-star talent out of Mississippi, arrived in Baton Rouge as a freshman in 2017.

This offseason, the experienced quarterback was involved in a three-way competition for the Tigers' starting position.

But it appears like Arizona State transfer Jayden Daniels or redshirt freshman Garrett Nussmeier won the position instead of him.

Brennan's withdrawal from the contest is not particularly surprising given that he hasn't participated in a collegiate football competition in nearly two years.

He's had a difficult time with the Tigers waiting in the wings, regrettably always getting hurt when the spotlight was on him.