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Tailback Kory Sheets, slotback Weston Dressler, guard Brendon LaBatte, defensive end Alex Hall and safety Tyron Brackenridge were named to the team, which was selected by members of the Football Reporters of Canada and CFL head coaches.
Former Winnipeg Blue Bomber Milt Stegall gets the handoff before a game between the Bombers and the Montreal Alouettes at Investors Group Field on June 27. Former Winnipeg Blue Bomber Milt Stegall is coming to the southern Manitoba town of Morris later this month in an effort to help bring community members together.
Montreal Alouettes owner Bob Wetenhall announced today that Mark Weightman has been selected as the franchise's the new President and Chief Executive Officer.
Weightman has been with the club for 18 years. He started with the franchise when it was the Baltimore Stallions in 1995 and moved with them the following year to Montreal.
Monday the questions, if not in so many words, were along the lines of, are you a dummy, wasn't attempting a field goal on second down dumb, and what ... in ... the ... freaking ... world ... were ... you ... thinking? Those questions likely weren't asked as passionately and angrily in either English or French when Trestman coached Montreal in the ... (more)
He is the third straight career defensive coach who has earned the opportunity to be the Edmonton Eskimos' head man.
On Thursday, the league unveiled which players are slated to become free agents at noon on Feb. 15. Among them are Grey Cup MVP Kory Sheets of the Saskatchewan Roughriders.
The CFL released a list of players whose contracts are coming up, making them available to the highest bidder once the free-agency window opens on Feb. 15. While there were 124 on the list that came out on Thursday, teams have the ability to re-sign players before they hit the market in two-and-a-half months.
CFL free agency is a few months down the road and there's an impressive list of players that will be free to shop in the open market if their respected teams don't sign them.
If Troy Smith is the man Jim Popp has pegged to replace Anthony Calvillo at quarterback in Montreal, he'll have some big shoes to fill.
The Saskatchewan Roughriders' road to the 2013 Grey Cup couldn't have been scripted any better than it was.
According to the Montreal Gazette, numerous sources are reporting that the Alouettes have approached LaPolice regarding their offensive co-ordinator position.