The Alouettes lose Philippe Gagnon

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The Quebec Philippe Gagnon has left the Montreal Alouettes for the benefit of the Red and Black of Ottawa, which has granted him a two-year contract on Wednesday.

Former door-colours of the Red and Gold of the University Laval, the offensive lineman played three seasons with the Sparrows, totaling 36 games. Second choice in the draft 2016 of the canadian football League, Gagnon has been annoyed by a serious injury to the left knee in 2017 and had to go under the knife.

The athlete of 6 ‘and 4″ and 311 lbs has been limited to 18 matches over the past two years.

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