Canadian Football League

Monday, October 03, 2005

Lysack returns to first Canadian Football League team

Wes Lysack is returning to Calgary.
The Stampeders acquired the Canadian safety Sunday from the Winnipeg Blue Bombers in for defensive back Anthony Malbrough.
The move puts Lysack back in the city where he started his CFL career before being traded last season as part of a six-player deal that sent quarterback Khari Jones to Calgary.
''This is a trade that should help out both organizations, as with all player movements you always have to give up talent to obtain it,'' Stamps general manager Jim Barker said in a release. ''In Lysack we upgrade our Canadian talent and acquire a true professional both on and off the field.''
Lysack is fourth in the league with 71 defensive tackles this season. He has also recorded four knockdowns, one interception, one fumble recovery, one forced fumble and one tackle for a loss.


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