VANCOUVER — The BC Lions entered the 2013 season full of promise, but an injry to starting QB Travis Lulay in Week 12 would ultimately set the tone for what would be an difficult final two months.
Following an early exit from the Grey Cup Playoffs, GM Wally Buono began tinkering with his roster in hopes of making the 2014 edition of the BC Lions into a contender for the 102nd Grey Cup.
The moves would begin almost immediately after BC’s Western Semi-Final loss to the Roughriders, with the coaching staff taking the first hit, as offensive coordinator Jacques Chapdelaine and the Lions would agree to part ways only days after the Grey Cup.
But Chapdelaine was just the first domino on BC’s coaching staff to fall.
The final month of the 2013 calendar year was a busy one for BC.
Below is a look at who the Lions selected during the 2014 CFL Draft.
12. Tchssakid Player
14. Pascal Lochard
27. Casey Chin
32. David Menard
41. Alexander Fox
50. Dylan Roper
59. Guillaume Bourassa
Other May Transactions
Released Lin-J Shell, DB Traded Isi Soifele to Hamilton for Future Considerations Sign Brandon McDonald, DB Sign Dustin Harris, DB Sign Jemarious Moore, DB Sign Tony Burnett, DB Release Jarrett Lee, QB Release Adrian Awasom, DT