Trevor Harris, Eugene Lewis headline Montreal Alouettes’ free agent list

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The Montreal Alouettes came one game away from playing in the 109th Grey Cup, losing a tough East Final against the eventual Grey Cup champion Toronto Argonauts.

Montreal is facing a number of questions this winter, including who will serve as the team’s head coach next season. The quarterback position is also wide open as Trevor Harris, who became the club’s unquestioned starter after Vernon Adams Jr. was traded to B.C., is slated to become a free agent in February.

Below is every player who is currently slated to reach free agency for the Alouettes in February 2023.

Please note that “N” denotes nationals (ie. Canadians), “A” denotes Americans, and “G” denotes globals.


Dominique Davis (A)
Trevor Harris (A)

Running back

Walter Fletcher (A)


Regis Cibasu (N)

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Mike Jones (A)
Kaion Julien-Grant (N)
Eugene Lewis (A)
Hergy Mayala (N)
Reggie White Jr. (A)
Jake Wieneke (A)
Chandler Worthy (A)

Offensive line

Chris Schleuger (A)

Defensive line

Thomas Costigan (A)
Vincent Desjardins (N)
Michael Wakefield (A)


Micah Awe (A)
Tyrice Beverette (A)
Keishawn Bierria (A)
Frederic Chagnon (N)

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Defensive back

Kerfalla-Emmanuel Exume (N)
Mike Jones (A)
Nafees Lyon (A)
Adarius Pickett (A)
Greg Reid (A)
Wesley Sutton (A)
Raheem Wilson (A)

Long snapper

Pierre-Luc Caron (N)

A number of players finished the season on the practice roster, including American receiver Jon’Vea Johnson, Global receiver Kevin Kaya, American offensive lineman Jamar McGloster, Canadian offensive lineman Jakub Szott, American defensive lineman Nick Heninger, Canadian defensive back Treshaun Abrahams, Global punter Joel Whitford. As such, they are currently free agents.

John Hodge is a Canadian football reporter based in Winnipeg.