The organization confirmed on Thursday that Montreal Alouettes offensive lineman Trey Rutherford (Trey Rutherford) has decided to withdraw from professional football to pursue a career in law enforcement.
“Since the pandemic began, I have been thinking a lot about life after football. I hope I have a few years to do good in this world. He said in a letter posted on 3downnation.com last Wednesday that you are Many of the knowledge learned in football lessons can be applied to law enforcement. There is great dissatisfaction with the police on this planet, and I do not deny that there are some bad apples. What I want to do is that the police have the right to help people every day. No change.”
The Ontario team played 27 games in the two seasons in Montreal, including all 18 games in the 2019 season.
In addition, Alouettes announced the hiring of several American players, including defensive end Datone Jones, who was a first-round draft pick for the Green Bay Packers in 2013. Jones played in the NFL for seven seasons, including four seasons with the Packers. He also played with the Dallas Cowboys and the Las Vegas Raiders.
The 30-year-old made 57 solo tackles and 25 assists, as well as 10 quarterback sacks. On the Goodell Tour, he contributed 8 assists in 68 games.
“We are very happy to see Datone’s ability to join us. Alouettes general manager Danny Maciocia said in a press release that he is an explosive player and will help us put pressure on the opposing quarterback. Both on the court and In the locker room, his experience and exemplary attitude in the professional team are both important assets.”
Alouettes also teamed up with guards Romeo Finley, Eli Mencer and Tre Watson, and defender line leader Hyeamang, Curtis Cothran (Curtis Cothran) Signed contracts with Jamal Davis and guards Rodney Randle Jr. and Ahmad Thomas.