Canadian Football League

Tuesday, February 01, 2005

Canadian Football League Signings

The Calgary Stampeders signed Canadian free-agent defensive lineman Randy Chevrier on Monday.
Chevrier, drafted by Edmonton fifth overall in 2001, didn't play last season after leaving the Eskimos for a tryout with the New York Jets. The move reunites him with former Eskimos coach Tom Higgins, who was recently named head coach in Calgary.
"My decision to come to Calgary was an easy one," Chevrier said in a release. "I feel this organization has taken all the right steps to compete for the Grey Cup. I'm excited in reuniting with Tom Higgins as we've always had a great relationship."
In other moves, the Ottawa Renegades re-signed defensive back Crance Clemons and receiver Darryl Ray and secured linebacker Erik Dandy, a product of the University of Western Kentucky, while the Winnipeg Blue Bombers signed safety John Sullivan and offensive lineman Kendrick Rogers.


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