VANCOUVER – BC Lions continue to store offensive weapons by signing the former successor of Argos, Riders and Alouettes, Duron Carter, to a one-year contract.
Carter recently was a member of the Toronto Argonaute, where he appeared in eight games in 2018, recording 10 admissions for 119 yards and touchdown. He also spent seven matches in the Saskatchewan Raffydlers last season and a total of 25 matches since 2017.
"I'm looking forward to making a new start on the West Bank," Carter said from his Florida home. "Ed and I had some conversations last year before signing up in Toronto, which really helped me make a decision to join him in the BC. The ability to play with Mike Reilly is also a big factor. Players want to have fun playing this game and this will be a lot of fun at BC this year. "
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The athletic and gifted successor is a two-time CFL All-Star (& # 14; 17) and originally started his career with Montreal in 2013. accepts 27 touchdowns.
"Players of Duron's remarkable ability are what makes our league special and it will be a big part of our insult in 2019," said Ed Hurvy. "We had a lot of interest in him last year when he became available during the season and it's great to finally make this deal."