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Let's hope that the Int. talent originally signed by the Alouettes will improve in the coming months or year; in the next 2 months and taking into account players of the NFL placed on injured and practice rosters  no less than 600 Int. players will be available to CFL teams; I hope that the Alouettes GM and scouts will put emphasis on RB's,WR's.KR's and DL.


This is also a big concern to me that when most other CFL team loose their RB for any reason there is always the next man up that does the job but the Als have Sutton who is good but then the next man up is Rutley who's a completely different style of RB that they want him to play the same RB style that Sutton do. I can't imagine it's that hard to bring another int. RB when most of the other team can find many why can't the Als do it also...
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Don Unamba has signed with the Ticats.

Also, Ryan Bomben was involved in a scrap at the Ticats practice, leading to a brawl between the offensive and defensive sides.


Alex Charette has been signed to the Argoettes practice roster. And Kyle Graves has been released.
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HAMILTON — The Hamilton Tiger-Cats announced a handful of roster moves on Tuesday, including the release of receiver Kevin Elliott and quarterback Logan Kilgore.
Defensive back Ethan Davis and O-lineman Quinterrius Eatmon were also released.


Ed Gainey had 4 picks last night against Jonathan Jennings.

Also, Mitchell White has been released by the Philadelphia Eagles.


TJ Graham was released by Carolina on Friday.  Is Graham or the Als interested in his return to Montreal even though he was only on the Practice Roster? 

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