From the Vancouver Province:
"An under-reported item out of last month’s CFL Congress will have an adverse effect on player movement of some teams during training camp. The league will allow only 12 player additions and cuts during camp prior to setting a 46-man roster, an attempt to control costs and response to those teams who have used the first three weeks of the year as an airlift. The position of the Lions is that the move will not effect them. Buono said if it takes 12 moves to bolster their camp lineup they didn’t do a good enough recruiting job in the off-season."
Jim Popp will certainly have to alter the way he works the training camp roster as he traditionally has had a steady stream of new bodies coming in during training camp.