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TORONTO — When the clock struck noon on February 13, the first wave of free agency washed across the league and it had no shortage of exciting moves.
One of CFL.ca’s top free agents, Roy Finch, is staying in Calgary with Stampeders and a few Winnipeg-born players, Nic Demski and Kienan LaFrance, found their way home to the Blue Bombers.
With that and much more happening around the league over the first two days of free agency, here’s a look what what each team has done so far:
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Joel Figueroa found a new home in BC with the Lions (Walter Tychnowicz/CFL.ca)
Kinebacker Adam Konar re-signed with the Eskimos (Johany Jutras/CFL.ca)
Roy Finch avoided free agency and extended with the Stampeders before noon (Patrick Doyle/CFL.ca)
Regina native Zach Evans found his way home with the Roughriders (Johany Jutras/CFL.ca)
Nic Demski signed with his hometown Blue Bombers (Johany Jutras/CFL.ca)
One of CFL,ca’s top free agents, Larry Dean, extended with the Ticats and avoided hitting the open market (Johany Jutras/CFL.ca)
Johnny Sears Jr. extended with the Toronto Argonauts before hitting free agency (Johany Jutras/CFL.ca)
The REDBLACKS added to their secondary by signing Louchiez Purifoy (Johany Jutras/CFL.ca)
The Alouettes extended kicker Boris Bede before he hit the open market (Johany Jutras/CFL.ca)