The Toronto Argonauts continued to be a busy player in CFL free agency with the addition of defensive lineman Craig Roh.
Roh joins the double blue after spending the last two seasons with the Winnipeg Blue Bombers.
In 2019, Roh played in 12 games picking up 16 tackles, three forced fumble and six sacks. Roh’s final game of the season came on September 23rd against the Montreal Alouettes as he got caught behind Jackson Jeffcoat and Willie Jefferson on the depth chart.
The Arizona native’s breakout season came in 2018 where he played in 17 games registering 30 tackles and and eight sacks. Before that big season, Roh played three years with the B.C. Lions where he in 45 games where he picked up 64 tackles, 20 sacks and one forced fumble.
Roh was originally an undrafted free agent signing by the Carolina Panthers in 2013 out of Michigan.