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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.

Richard

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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nguyenMTL

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.

idealsheldon

Alex Charette has been signed to the Argoettes practice roster. And Kyle Graves has been released.
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CFL in QC

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.

nguyenMTL

Ed Gainey had 4 picks last night against Jonathan Jennings.

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

okie

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? 

Johnny Ticat slayer

Stangbang

Very mouving article and you can only feel for Jonathan and hope he recovers enough to pursue his dream of coaching.We noticed a player on the sidelines at that game and were wondering who it was,now we know.

idealsheldon

HfxTC

Very mouving article and you can only feel for Jonathan and hope he recovers enough to pursue his dream of coaching.We noticed a player on the sidelines at that game and were wondering who it was,now we know.
Maybe the players instead for mucking around the anthem and what is happening down south could get together for players victims of the worst of circumstances.
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Stangbang

Very mouving article and you can only feel for Jonathan and hope he recovers enough to pursue his dream of coaching.We noticed a player on the sidelines at that game and were wondering who it was,now we know.
Maybe the players instead for mucking around the anthem and what is happening down south could get together for players victims of the worst of circumstances.
Excellent idea.Take care of your own.

GHT120

Very mouving article and you can only feel for Jonathan and hope he recovers enough to pursue his dream of coaching.We noticed a player on the sidelines at that game and were wondering who it was,now we know.
Maybe the players instead for mucking around the anthem and what is happening down south could get together for players victims of the worst of circumstances.
Excellent idea.Take care of your own.
Totally agree that CFLPA and NFLPA must do so much better in both supporting injured players and protecting them on the field ... but there is no reason that they cannot also advocate for racial equality
Let's  not confuse FACTS with OPINIONS

HfxTC

Very mouving article and you can only feel for Jonathan and hope he recovers enough to pursue his dream of coaching.We noticed a player on the sidelines at that game and were wondering who it was,now we know.
Maybe the players instead for mucking around the anthem and what is happening down south could get together for players victims of the worst of circumstances.
Excellent idea.Take care of your own.
Totally agree that CFLPA and NFLPA must do so much better in both supporting injured players and protecting them on the field ... but there is no reason that they cannot also advocate for racial equality
The funny thing, this isn't about racial inequality or police brutality, because if it was they would have done it when Kaepernick started his protest. They let him sink by himself and over a year later, the day after The President says players who do that should be fired. That's when they all started kneeling.

They are hypocrites and realized real fast that Americans would not support or buy that bullshiat, they were all standing this week and the opposition gave up that battle horse real quick.  Goddell went really quiet when it came out they were charging the vets to honor them and politicians started talking about their exemption :)The only ones peddling that idea are progressives and Trump haters even they saw this was not the field they wanted to die on.

Trump had to fight city hall to fly his flag on his property in Florida, he's always been

okie

WR Danny Anthrop who attended training camp with the Als this year was sworn in as a Lafayette Patrol Officer yesterday.

http://www.jconline.com/story/sports/college/purdue/football/2017/09/29/danny-anthrop-ready-new-uniform-and-number-lafayette-police-department/714790001/
 


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