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Wednesday, October 12, 2016


The Saskatchewan Roughriders have acquired national defensive back Andrew Lue from the Montreal Alouettes in exchange for a fourth round selection in the 2018 CFL Draft.  

Lue (6'2 – 212) is in his third year after originally being selected by the Montreal Alouettes in the 2nd round (10th overall) of the 2014 CFL Draft.

To date, the Markham, Ontario native has played 22 regular season games picking up 25 special teams tackles and one defensive tackle. He also played in the 2014 East Semi-Final for the Als.  


Anonymous said...

So the Roughriders aquire John Lue today, huh????
Oh yeah, more Canadian depth to the team roster.

Anonymous said...

This just in: Hurricane Matthew hit Ottawa!

Anonymous said...

Hurricane Matthew hit Ottawa, but there there was no losses reported

Anonymous said...

In Leafs fashion the dominating performance by Matthew's was over shadowed by (get this) a LOSS!!!!!
only Toronto could lose a game during a 4 goal performance of a young super star being born in his 1st NHL game.
Just once it would be great to see Toronto do something right. Meaning the beginning and the end of anything all turn out positive.
The black ominous lightening bolt filled cloud that hangs over that franchise is truly unbelievable. Im not sure if Dave Keon went to
the crossroads and made a deal on behalf of the Toronto Maple Leafs franchise and the team started paying up the year after Daves deal.
How else can anyone explain the jinxed Karma of the Toronto sports team. I think MLB Chicago paid up their 106 year debt in 2015. Breaking into the playoffs in 2016. So Toronto only has another 56 years to go.

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