After a wild first day of free agency that saw 20 players either stay put or find new homes across the CFL, days two and three saw teams continue to tinker with their rosters, hoping to find someone that prove to be an instrumental part of their lineups.
The Hamilton Tiger-Cats continued to shore up their defence, signing their fifth defensive player of free agency, while the Roughriders and Eskimos added some depth on the defensive side of the ball. The Als, meanwhile, opted to bring an old friend back into the nest.
A day after they brought in Dwight Anderson and re-signed Tyron Brackenridge, the Saskatchewan Roughriders continued to beef up their defence, signing former Eskimos DB Weldon Brown, as well as Canadian linebacker Tristan Black. The Roughriders also decided to re-sign receiver Jordan Sisco. Read More.
» Roughriders ink Dwight Anderson to deal, Brackenridge re-signed
» Riders lose Williams to Tiger-Cats
Day one of free agency saw the Tiger-Cats address a major need in signing Evan McCollough to help shore up their defensive backfield. Over the weekend, the Ticats continued the trend by inking former Bombers Deon Beasley and Marcellus Bowman. Hamilton also released RB Avon Cobourne. Read More.
» Tiger-Cats release veteran DB Avon Cobourne
» Beasley signs on with Tabbies
After losing Weldon Brown to free agency, Ed Hervey dipped into the free agency pool to sign former Tiger-Cats DB Chris Rwabukamba. Rwabukamba was the fourth free agent to sign with the Esks, joining Odell Willis, Alexander Krausnick-Groh and Marcell Young. Read More.
» Eskimos add energy, sign Willis
» Marcell Young heading to Edmonton
One day after releasing him, Montreal Alouettes General Manager Jim Popp brought defensive back Jerald Brown back into the fold. The Als also announced the signing of linebacker Steve Octavien. Read More.
» Alouettes sign free agent DB Tisdale
» Montreal loses Anderson to free agency, DB signs with Riders
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