The Alouettes put the hand on a star player

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The Montreal Alouettes have strengthened their defensive unit by hiring the star player standalone Taylor Loffler.

This half defensive canadian 26-year-old evolved with the Winnipeg Blue Bombers since 2016.

“It is a great outlet for our training. We just put the hand on one of the defensive players of the most sought-after this year, said the general manager of the Alouettes Kavis Reed by release. With this acquisition, our defensive unit has to improve. What Taylor has accomplished in being elected three times on the all-star team in the CFL is phenomenal.”

Loffler has become the ninth player in the history of the canadian football League, and only the second Canadian to be chosen on the team to star in his first three campaigns in the circuit.

A native of British Columbia, Loffler has made 52 tackles on the defensive, has intercepted three passes and pulled down two others, while getting back a return of escaped in 16 meetings with Winnipeg last year.

This guy is 6 ‘ 3 ” and 221 pounds, was selected in the third round (19th overall) by the Blue Bombers in 2016 after having evolved with the Thunderbirds of UBC.

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