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Bridge, Cato battle for Alouettes' starting QB spot

We know this much: The Alouettes will start a rookie quarterback this Friday night against the defending Grey Cup champion Calgary Stampeders at Molson Stadium. 858 more words

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Lewis-Stamps set to collide

His old pals know Nik Lewis is going to be a handful.

Or, from glimpses on Thursday’s TSN TV feed, a handful . . . and then some. 998 more words

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Als receiver Brandon London announces retirement

LENNOXVILLE

Jim Popp wasn’t sure what brought Brandon London to his office Wednesday afternoon, but the Alouettes’ general manager said he could see the worry, concern, stress and anguish on the receiver’s face. 869 more words

Montreal Alouettes

Johnson: Nik Lewis embracing life as an Alouette

Whatever mild contretemps there may be over continuing availability of the number do not extend to the man himself.

“I remember my first year in Calgary,’’ Nik Lewis is reminiscing, long distance from Montreal. 1,025 more words

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Alouettes finally sign training camp holdout Chris Ackie

LENNOXVILLE — The saga has ended. Six days after he was scheduled to report to rookie training camp, Chris Ackie finally has signed a contract with the Alouettes. 652 more words

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Michael Sam not the only story as Alouettes open training camp

The scenery has changed somewhat — hopefully for the better — around the Alouettes in the span of a year. Head coach Tom Higgins has his sea legs under him, while franchise quarterback Anthony Calvillo has returned, more than a year into retirement, as the team’s receivers coach. 882 more words

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WATCH: Global's Brendan Parker takes a spin with Nik Lewis

CALGARY – After 11 seasons and two Grey Cup Championships with the Calgary Stampeders, Nik Lewis is off to Montreal this year.

But before heading east, Lewis returned to Calgary and spent some time with Global’s Brendan Parker, reflecting on his time as a Stamp, the Grey Cup, and becoming a father… 42 more words

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