Sherbrooke – The Montreal Alouettes announced on Wednesday that the club has acquired national offensive lineman Matt Vonk in exchange for national defensive back Denzel Radford.
Vonk (6’4″, 295 lbs.) played three seasons for the Saskatchewan Roughriders following his selection in the third round (38th overall) by the team in the 2013 CFL Canadian Draft. Last season, the former University of Waterloo Warrior played 11 games with the Riders, making six starts. The 26-year-old Burlington, ON native played 27 career games in the CFL.
Radford was drafted in the sixth round (48th total) by the Alouettes last month.
The club also announced it has released international kicker Carl Ojala, as well as international defensive tackle Tarik Bennett.