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The BC Lions and offensive lineman Angus Reid announced that he has elected to retire.
Drafted fourth overall by the Toronto Argonauts in 2001, Reid began his career with the Montreal Alouettes before being traded shortly after to the Lions where he would go on to an illustrious career that featured three divisional all-star nods and two Grey Cup Championships. 124 more words
B.C. Lions centre Angus Reid announced his retirement Friday, ending a 13-season CFL career.
The six-foot-one, 305-pound Reid appeared in over 200 games over his career as well as 11 playoff contests and three Grey Cups. 276 more words
BC Lions quarterback Buck Pierce has elected to call it quits on his playing career, retiring from the league after nine seasons.
Pierce spent the first five years of his career with the Lions after joining the club as a free agent in 2005. 223 more words
The BC Lions announced that they have signed running back Stefan Logan to a contract extension.
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Stefan’s speed, athleticism & football instincts make him a very valuable piece of the kind of championship-calibre team we’re building!