Riders agree to terms with all-star Canadian DB Marc-Olivier Brouillette

The Saskatchewan Roughriders have agreed to terms with Canadian defensive back Marc-Olivier Brouillette, per sources.

Drafted 23rd overall by Montreal in the 2010 CFL Draft, the 31-year-old Brouillette has played in 102 games and made 64 starts in his seven seasons with the Alouettes. He started all 18 games last season making 33 defensive tackles, three special teams tackles and registering one interception while being named an East all-star.

The Riders see Brouillette as a starter at safety and his addition gives the team some much-needed ratio flexibility.

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Justin Dunk was a five-year starter at quarterback for the University of Guelph. He covers the league for Sportsnet and 3DownNation.
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1 Comment on Riders agree to terms with all-star Canadian DB Marc-Olivier Brouillette

  1. Too bad Als couldn’t retain him.
    I feel the Riders are getting intriguing additions. The pressure on Chris Jones to propel this franchise up in the standings is gonna be interesting to watch!

    GO ALS GO!

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