February 19, 2024

Tiger-Cats re-sign receiver Tim White through 2025

Kevin Sousa/CFL.ca

HAMILTON — Receiver Tim White is staying in Hamilton.

The pass-catcher, who became a free agent last week, has signed a new two-year deal with the Hamilton Tiger-Cats, the team announced on Tuesday.

White’s signing marks the biggest remaining name coming off of the free agent board. The 29-year-old was the third-ranked player on CFL.ca’s top 30 free agents list.

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He’ll stay put with the only CFL team he’s played for in his three-year career, having first set foot in Hamilton for the 2021 season.

White has been productive from Day 1 in Steeltown. The star wide receiver has tallied 225 receptions for 3,308 yards and 18 majors over 47 games in Hamilton.

He is coming off back-to-back CFL All-Star seasons where he registered at least 1,265 receiving yards, including a 1,269-yard effort in 2023 that led all receivers in the CFL.

The five-foot-10, 185-pound Arizona State product was also named Hamilton’s Most Outstanding Player in both of those years as the focal point of the Tiger-Cats passing attack.

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