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The Snap: Marsh released by Alouettes

The Alouettes on Wednesday announced the signing of veteran receiver Nik Lewis, a potential free-agent next month, to a new one-year contract.

What the team omitted at the same time – to no great surprise – was the release of veteran quarterback Tanner Marsh. 314 more words


Alouettes re-sign slotback Nik Lewis

Slotback Nik Lewis signed a one-year contract with the Alouettes, the CFL club announced Wednesday.

Lewis, 33, entering his 12th CFL campaign, caught 70 passes for 743 yards and two touchdowns in 17 games for Montreal last season. 76 more words


The Snap: Alouettes' notebook

Nik Lewis was one of many veteran Alouettes given the day off on Sunday as the team concluded its regular-season with a meaningless game against the Saskatchewan Roughriders – both teams having been eliminated from the Canadian Football League playoffs. 723 more words

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Inside the CFL: Alouettes in line for offseason overhaul

It began more than five months ago at Bishop’s University on an unseasonably cold day, the Alouettes’ year so full of hope and promise. On Friday, an unseasonably warm day, the team conducted its final practice, indoors, at the Bell Sports Complex due to the rain and wind. 872 more words


Amid dismal Alouettes season, Stefan Logan gives special teams a spark

It was, in so many ways, reflective of the season the Alouettes have endured. Not only the inconsistency that plagued the offence but also the fact this team has lost 11 of 17 games. 851 more words

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Future of Alouettes' Tanner Marsh uncertain after costly turnover against Edmonton

“It was one of the worst feelings in the world.”

That was how Alouettes’ short-yardage quarterback Tanner Marsh addressed a pair of journalists for the first time since his horrific turnover on Sunday, in the fourth quarter against Edmonton, which probably denied Montreal an opportunity for a come-from-behind victory. 401 more words


Herb Zurkowsky: Alouettes braced for Sunday's game against Eskimos

It was 33 days between victories for the Alouettes, and the stench of defeat is a difficult one to eradicate.

The team was understandably ebullient when it returned to work on Monday, not the least bit distraught over its failure to gain any ground on British Columbia — the Lions also having won late Friday. 875 more words

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