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The Snap: Alouettes' notebook

TORONTO – While it still remains early in the regular-season, there have been a number of concerns raised over the Alouettes’ play, along with issues that appear to be troubling the team off the field. 950 more words

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Argonauts' Josh Bourke prepares for 'emotional game' against Alouettes

TORONTO — The Argonauts threw plenty of money at Josh Bourke last February when he was a free agent. He would have been foolish not to take the bait. 612 more words

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Alouettes' camp Day 6: Centre Dominic Picard's retirement leaves O-line in disarray

LENNOXVILLE — It was a year ago to the day Brandon London announced his sudden and surprising retirement, only hours after a training camp workout. The Alouettes lost a tall receiver, but plenty of targets remained to compensate. 873 more words

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Alouettes' Picard announces retirement

LENNOXVILLE – It should have been a quiet and uneventful day at training camp – the Alouettes conducting a light walkthrough practice before Saturday morning’s scrimmage at Bishop’s University. 574 more words

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Als' camp Day 2: Replacing Bourke not easy, but Ruby says he's ready

LENNOXVILLE — While nothing’s carved in stone — most certainly not following two days of training camp — Chris Schultz believes the Alouettes can compensate for the departure of offensive-tackle Josh Bourke. 955 more words

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Alouettes' GM/coach Popp confident Gagnon will find fit on offensive line

The Alouettes might yet be forced to start an import at the all-important left-tackle position, but Jim Popp maintains there are qualified Canadians on the team’s roster who can replace the departed Josh Bourke. 852 more words

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Alouettes go for Philippe Gagnon in CFL draft

It was hardly a surprise the Alouettes took an offensive lineman from Université Laval second overall in Tuesday night’s Canadian Football League draft. However, their choice arguably raised eyebrows and might lead to some skepticism. 874 more words

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