LCF: Tre Watson already finds a job

Former Montreal Alouettes linebacker Tre Watson was not a free agent for very long.

LCF: Tre Watson already finds a job

Former Montreal Alouettes linebacker Tre Watson was not a free agent for very long. The day after his release by the Sparrows, the 25-year-old signed the bottom of a contract with the Edmonton Elks.

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The American could therefore face his former team fairly quickly since the Elks will be visiting Percival-Molson Stadium on July 14.

In 2022, in his second campaign with the "Als", Watson had good performances, he who totaled 17 tackles and a quarterback sack in four games, but his numerous escapades during games forced the staff to release.

Among other things, he was ejected from the game against the Toronto Argonauts, during the second week of activities of the Canadian Football League, after intentionally stepping on offensive lineman Dejon Allen.

“Montreal, all I can say is thank you, wrote the linebacker on his Twitter account. You will forever be the place where I was able to revive my career and that means a lot to me. Everything always happens for a reason and despite everything, that's what's best for me."

According to the specialized media "3 Down Nation", Watson also had a run-in with a player and a coach from the Montreal organization during their most recent loss, by a score of 41 to 20 against the Saskatchewan Roughriders, Saturday.

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