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TORONTO — The most highly-anticipated free agency period in recent memory lived up to the hype last week, as several of the league’s biggest stars were in play across the country.
The quarterback carousel was spinning, as anticipated, with Mike Reilly and Trevor Harris finding new teams and Bo Levi Mitchell signing a new deal in Calgary.
On the defensive side of the ball, top-ranked free agents Willie Jefferson and Micah Johnson also found new teams, while the Eskimos loaded up on linebackers with an impressive new trio.
While a handful of big names remain, here’s a look what what each team has done so far:
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The Bombers bolstered an already-stout front seven, adding defensive end Willie Jefferson (Arthur Ward/CFL.ca)
The Ticats added promising young safety and returner Tunde Adeleke to their secondary (The Canadian Press)
The Argos have fortified their O-line, signing national left guard Tyler Holmes to an extension (CFL.ca)
The Als will have veteran receiver B.J. Cunningham back in the lineup for 2019 (Johany Jutras/CFL.ca)