On Monday, the Quebecers signed a contract with Quebecman David Foucault, adding a large part of the offensive line.
Then, in March 2017, he traded with Vincent Brown to BC Lions for the services of Jovan Olafioye. In total, Foucault ran three campaigns in Vancouver.
“I am very happy to be back in Montreal,” Foucault said. After serving on the Carolina Panthers, my first choice was to sign with Alouettes, but the negotiation broke down due to salary issues. “
Since Danny Maciocia was appointed as general manager, Alouettes has been following Foucault. According to his discussion with the former coach, he should develop in the guard post.
Foucault said: “Since I was with the Lions, I have considered myself a guard.” On the other hand, I would say that I am versatile. I can hold any position. “
In recent weeks, the iconic waltz has been in full swing in the Canadian Football League. However, the managers and players are not sure whether the 2021 season will be held.
Foucault said: “It is still very vague, it is difficult to understand what is happening.” Last year, they postponed the bill to the last minute before canceling the 2020 season. “
“We don’t have much good news from the union, and it is difficult for the union to get answers from the owners. After the government has made a decision, the union has high hopes.”
“Currently, players’ salaries have been cut. In order to achieve the 2021 season, we are all making concessions. We hope that there will be more news to help us be more optimistic.”
Alouettes also reached an agreement with defensive rebounder Brock Gowanlock, receiver Vincent Alessandrini and running back to Colton Klassen.