Realty One



Monday, October 3, 2016


TORONTO – The Toronto Argonauts announced today that the club has released international receivers: Kevin Elliott, Vidal Hazelton, Tori Gurley and Phil Bates.

"Obviously these decisions are very difficult to make, but I believe they are in the best interest of this football team," said Head Coach Scott Milanovich. "We remain committed to winning this year and making a final push for the playoffs.”

The Argonauts also announced today that the club has signed international defensive end Eric Martin.  It was also learned that Drew Willy will be the Argos' starting quarterback for the rest of the 2016 season.

Martin, a 6-2, 260-pound native of Los Angeles, California, arrives in Toronto after spending the previous three seasons in the NFL with the New Orleans Saints, Cleveland Browns and most recently the New England Patriots. In 29 NFL games between the Browns and Patriots, he registered 14 tackles.

The 2012 first-team All-BIG Ten selection capped off his NCAA career at Nebraska with 123 tackles (61 solo, 62 assisted), 22 tackles for a loss of 90 yards, 11 sacks, one fumble recovery, two blocked kicks and a pass breakup with the Huskers. 


Anonymous said...

There is 4 more players for the Riders to sign, maybe hit that 90 player mark they think they are allowed to have without punishment…Go Jones Go, love the destruction of Riderville lol

Anonymous said...

Milanovich chose Ricky Ray over Trevor Harris and lost his team doing so.

Anonymous said...

Milanovich has now chosen Willy over Ray so chew on those apples!

Anonymous said...

Riders will be number 1 next year and all the Stamps and Esks fans will go back to pretending they don't care about the CFL.


Anonymous said...

Oh my the Riders aren't the only team in the league that has had players move on or released?? Just makes the Trolls look like what they are...

Anonymous said...

Riders will be numer one next year? hope you don't put your house and account on that one...will be living on the streets in short term with that. Stamps have a strong team over top of everyone and will take more then one off season to jump ahead of them

Anonymous said...

Arash Madani wrote a Scathing article today on the Toronto franchise and them hosting the Grey Cup this year.