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The Montreal Alouettes announced on Thursday that the club has signed international defensive tackle Alan-Michael Cash to a one-year deal.
Cash (6’2″, 292 lbs.) is making his return to Montreal where he spent his first five CFL seasons. In 82 career games with the Alouettes, the 30-year-old amassed 138 defensive tackles, including 17 sacks. He also made two interceptions and forced three fumbles. The former North Carolina State University Wolfpack spent the last season with the Toronto Argonauts, where he saw action in only one game due to injuries. He was voted a 2014 East Division All-Star.
“We are very happy to bring Alan-Michael back to Montreal. He has always performed well on the field, in addition to being extremely appreciated by his teammates in the locker room,” said Alouettes General Manager Kavis Reed.
The Alouettes also announced that the team has released national defensive backs Michael Carter and Daryl Townsend, as well as international linebacker Clemente Casseus and international defensive back Terrence Bailey.