Argos sign Canadian OL Jeff Perrett

The Argos signed Canadian offensive lineman Jeff Perrett on Thursday, according to Postmedia’s Scott Mitchell.

Toronto general manager Jim Popp and head coach Marc Trestman reunite with a familiar face. Perrett was drafted by Popp, third round, 24th overall, while in Montreal back in 2006 and he played for the Alouettes through the 2016 season and became a free agent in January when new Montreal general manager Kavis Reed let him go.

The 2015 CFL East all-star is an 11-year veteran.


5 Comments on Argos sign Canadian OL Jeff Perrett

  1. mrnehnehincognito // April 20, 2017 at 7:20 pm //

    Love the National Depth this team is placing in the O-line. This is a recipe for success

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  2. I’m all for Canadian depth on the o-line but unless they’re planning to play him at left tackle I don’t get this move – they already have eight or so Canadian O-Linemen who were starters last year and CVZ at right tackle…

    • Yeah, looks like he may have to switch over – some doubts about this. Still, an accomplished, seasoned pro who adds toughness and, I suspect, a strong desire to prove nay-sayers (Als brass) wrong.

    • Marc Lebut // April 24, 2017 at 9:15 am //

      Perrett isn’t good at LT. Wish him the best but he lost a step last 2 years. At least, he knows Trestman’s system well.

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