Keith Stokes' second tour of duty with the Als consisted only of voluntary offseason workouts and a handful of practises at Training Camp Fort St. Jean. And even before he leaves Camp, GM/Coach Jim Popp was not ruling out Stokes returning--as soon as Friday!
The Als announce they're looking to trade or release Stokes and Donovan Carter in the days leading up to final CFL roster moves. Popp says its out of respect to the CFL veterans. Avon Cobourne has won the kick-return job again, and is too valuable on special teams and as a backup running back and linebacker to be let go. Stokes was unable to prove he could also win a starting job on the reciever corps