HAMILTON -- The Hamilton Tiger-Cats have added import defensive back Pacino Horne to their practice roster.
Horne, a 5-11, 191-pound product of Central Michigan recorded 34 defensive tackles and four interceptions in 14 games with the Toronto Argonauts last season.
The speedy cornerback was among 11 players released by the Argonauts during training camp. Horne started the club's 35-22 CFL championship win over the Calgary Stampeders at Rogers Centre last November and delivered a key play in the victory.
With Toronto leading 7-3, Horne intercepted Calgary's Kevin Glenn and returned it 25 yards for the TD and a 14-3 advantage.
Horne, whose mother named him after Academy Award-winning actor Al Pacino, was late reporting to the Argos training camp due to a calf injury.