Canadian Football League

Saturday, February 19, 2005

The Hamilton Tiger-Cats have agreed to terms with free agent receiver Chris Brazzell and traded offensive lineman Pascal Cheron to the Ottawa Renegades for a second-round pick (11th overall) in this year's Canadian College Draft and a 2006 draft pick.
Brazzell, who registered 49 receptions for 906 yards with the B.C. Lions last season, would join an already impressive air attack in Hamilton with the likes of receivers D.J. Flick and Craig Yeast and slotbacks Archie Amerson and Mike Morreale.
Brazzell had reportedly been trying to decide whether to sign with the Tiger-Cats and Ottawa Renegades.
"Hamilton made it clear from day one that they were interested," Brazzell told the Hamilton Spectator Thursday.
The news comes as another bad turn for the Renegades, who thought they had receiver Ed Hervey signed before the free agent decided to stay with the Edmonton Eskimos.


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