MONTREAL — The Montreal Alouettes announced on Monday the signing of non-import, former Alouettes defensive lineman Luc Mullinder as well as import receiver Chris Davis to two-year deals.
Mullinder (6’4″, 275 lbs.) played one game with the Alouettes during the 2011 season after being acquired via a trade with the Saskatchewan Roughriders. Following his departure from Montreal, Mullinder landed in Hamilton where he recorded six defensive tackles in 11 games last season.
The former product of Michigan State registered two defensive tackles against his former team during the Eastern Semi-Final at Olympic Stadium. In his eight year CFL career, the 31-year-old has tallied 95 defensive tackles and 15 sacks.
Davis (5’10”, 181 lbs.) was drafted in the fourth round by the Tennessee Titans in the 2007 NFL Draft after his five-year collegiate career at Florida State. In his first two seasons in the NFL, he played in 17 games and made seven catches for 69 yards.
He also returned 33 punt for 299 yards and six kickoffs for 156 yards. The 28-year-old St. Petersburg, FL native also played with the Cincinnati Bengals and the New York Giants as well as with the UFL’s Hartford Colonials and Omaha Nighthawks.
The Alouettes also announced that they have released non-import defensive lineman Ryan Lucas.