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With veteran defensive end John Bowman‘s future up in the air this off-season as he contemplates his next move, one thing remains clear: After 13 seasons and 126 sacks, the 36 year-old is one of the Alouettes’ most identifiable stars in Montreal.
Thus, when he posted a photo on Twitter from a sunny vacation destination, rumours began to fly about a potential return for Bowman in 2019.
— John N. Bowman (@7Bowman) February 2, 2019
This followed an Instagram post two days ago asking people whether or not Bowman would return for a 14th season in the Canadian Football League; the responses were priceless.
“@johnbowman7 been saying he was gonna retire since ‘13…he’ll be back,” chimed in Mike Klassen.
“@johnbowman7 👀 we all know you back,” added Jamaal Westerman.
Will he be back? Time will tell, but his inclusion in Montreal’s marketing roll-out is a good sign for Als fans rooting for another season of No. 7.
— Alouettes de Montréal (@MTLAlouettes) February 2, 2019