No misinterpretaion possible here.....Ken says he's signed.....
If he isn't, then that's Ken's problem to explain this:
[i]A decent signing or a sign of desperation?
There are a couple of ways to look at the Cats' signing of seven-year veteran CFL slotback Pat Woodcock.
Woodcock had a sensational 2002 season with Montreal catching 35 passes for 838 yards and five majors but hasn't been the same since. He has had his share of knee and hamstring injuries and has never been able to play a full season. He only played three games last season with the Eskies.
And turning 31 next month, how much does he have left?
But there is no question the Cats are in serious need of a Canadian receiver with experience. Woodcock has that and enough speed to play inside or outside.
Who knows, a change of scenery and the chance to catch passes from Casey Printers just might be the tonic for Woodcock to turn his career around.
I think all in all it's worth having him come to camp to see what he can do. But if he does stick the Cats better have a Canadian to replace him because this dude has "injury-prone" written all over him.
What do you think, thumbs up on Woodcock?