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Wednesday, May 2, 2018

TICATS ACQUIRE #1 OVERALL PICK



The Hamilton Tiger-Cats announced Wednesday that the football club has acquired four draft picks from the Montreal Alouettes, including Montreal’s first (1stoverall), fourth (31st overall) and sixth (44th overall) round picks in the 2018 CFL Draft, as well as Montreal’s natural second-round selection in 2019, in exchange for national offensive lineman Ryan Bomben, international wide receiver Jamal Robinson, Hamilton’s first (2ndoverall), fourth (34th overall) and seventh (56th overall) round selections in 2018, and a player from Hamilton’s negotiation list.

The Tiger-Cats now own the following nine picks in the 2018 CFL Draft:

ROUND

OVERALL

1

1

1

6

2

11

2

15

4

31

5

37

6

44

8

62

8

66

Bomben, 30, was acquired by the Tiger-Cats from the Alouettes on May 12, 2015, and appeared in 48 games with Hamilton over three seasons (2015-17). The 6-5, 295-pound native of Burlington, Ontario, has played 120 CFL games over his seven-year career.


Robinson, 25, served the final month of the 2017 season on the Tiger-Cats practice roster after spending parts of two seasons (2016-17) with the National Football League’s Jacksonville Jaguars. The 6-4, 205-pound native of Slidell, Louisiana, attended mini-camp with the Tiger-Cats last week.

5 comments:

Anonymous said...

Oskke Wee Wee,
Oskee Waa Waa,
Holy MAKINAW!
We're #1, we're #1 we're #1.
Grey Cups Galore 2018 +
Goooooooo_ Ticats!

Anonymous said...

You guys are a tire fire...just saying.

Anonymous said...

Well. At least that made the Oscar Weiner happy. He has been really quiet. Glad to see he still on the right side of the grass.

Anonymous said...

Bahaha Grey Cups galore! :D

Anonymous said...

It always baffles me why other teams fans come to a Rider blog and do this..... Oh wait, they don't have one to go to for their team.