Toronto Sun - Ticats toughen up on defence

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The Tiger-Cats opened training camp with plenty of questions about their defensive secondary and a healthy mix of youth and veterans competing for several available slots.

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“Everybody’s looked at individually,? said Jerome Dennis, Hamilton’s longest tenured defensive back. “I feel I could play any position in the secondary and be dominant, it’s really up to where the coaches want to put me.?

Heading into his fifth year in the CFL, Dennis is a safe bet to crack the roster but will still face pressure adjusting to a new style of play from defensive coordinator Corey Chamblin.

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Second-year back Ryan Hinds has looked sharp at camp and is likely to open the season in the Hamilton secondary…

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Early in camp, Chamblin suggested that with such an open audition for defensive backs there might be a few rookies who find themselves in the lineup. Those rookies have remained impressive, including 24-year-old Chris Rwabukamba who’s grabbed the attention of his teammates and coaches.