HAMILTON — The Hamilton Tiger-Cats confirmed the signing of receiver Terrell Sinkfield on Thursday .
Sinkfield spent two seasons in Hamilton with the Tiger-Cats (2014-2015) where he suited up in 22 games and amassed 1,150 yards and six touchdowns. His best season was in 2015, where the 27-year-old hauled in 1,030 (his only 1,000+ yard season in the CFL) and all six major scores.
He then spend time with the BC Lions in 2017, where he played in seven games and amassed 297 yards and three touchdowns.
Sinkfield has most recently bounced around the NFL, spending time with the Minnesota Vikings (2016 and 2017), New York Jets (2017-2018) and Oakland Raiders (2018).
While the six-foot, 200-pound receiver suited up on defence in the NFL, he will move back to offence as a receiver according to Naylor.
The help in the receiving corps comes at just the right time as the Ticats eye moving up the East Division without three impact pass-catchers, Jalen Saunders, Chris Williams and Shamawd Chambers. The Tabbies head to Toronto this weekend to take on the Argonauts.
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