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CFL locals Brian Bulcke and Josh Bourke sign with Argonauts

For the second time in three days the Toronto Argonauts grabbed a Canadian Football League free agent with ties to Essex County.

On Thursday, the Argos signed free agent defensive tackle Brian Bulcke from the Hamilton Tiger-Cats to a one-year deal. 526 more words

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Alouettes sign White, Giguère, Venable and Stafford, but lose Bourke on first day of CFL free agency

In the span of several hours on Tuesday, Jim Popp re-signed three of his potential free agents — never an easy task when they become eligible to hit the open market — corrected what appeared at the time to be a one-sided trade and added one of the premier cornerbacks in the Canadian Football League. 867 more words

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Free agency deadline looms for Alouettes

The clock’s ticking and it’s almost midnight. With free agency set to begin Tuesday at noon in the Canadian Football League, the Alouettes almost certainly will suffer some casualties. 912 more words

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Alouettes re-sign return specialist Logan

The Alouettes on Friday announced the re-signing of another potential free agent — veteran kick-returner Stefan Logan.

Signed by Montreal as a free agent last winter, following his release by the British Columbia Lions, the 34-year-old had a standout season, adding a dimension to the team that had been sorely missing. 169 more words

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After year of not playing in the NFL, Carter jumped at the Alouettes' offer

On the surface, everything seems rosy. Duron Carter has returned to the Alouettes, providing a struggling offence with a dynamic playmaker.

But it remains to be determined whether Carter, expected to be the highest-paid receiver in the Canadian Football League, will cause a chasm in the dressing room. 593 more words

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The Snap: Bowman won't come cheap to Alouettes

There seems little doubt veteran rush-end John Bowman will be playing professional football in 2016. What remains to be determined is whether he’ll re-sign with the Alouettes, the only organization for which he has played. 511 more words

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Noel Thorpe looks to the future as possible Alouettes head coach

If the imagination wandered on Sunday, it was easy for Alouettes’ fans to believe they were seeing a glimpse into the future — Noel Thorpe on the sidelines in the capacity of head coach, at least for the day, while general manager Jim Popp remained home, suffering from what the team’s calling vertigo. 907 more words

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