The 26-year-old was a seventh round, 53rd overall pick by the Ticats in the 2013 CFL draft. He made 6-of-10 field goals in his rookie season with a long of 40 yards. Since then Lauther has bounced around to practice rosters, one stint with the Argos and two with the Riders. The Eskimos have used two different Canuck kickers the last two weeks.
Calgary has signed Canadian kicker David Deschamps to the practice roster, per sources. Deschamps was a starting defensive back while kicking and making 16-of-19 field goals during his time with the University of Montreal. In university playoffs, he went a perfect seven-for-seven. He went unselected in the 2016 CFL draft and attended the34 Eastern regional combine in March.
Eric Rogers has sharpened his skills on the virtual football field and now he’s ready to get back to the real thing. The former Calgary Stampeders receiver tore his ACL early in training camp with San Francisco last August and Rogers has spent more than a year recovering and rehabbing, including many stints on the couch with his video game controller. It was the first major injury he’s suffered in his pro career. “My Madden skills are top notch right now,” Rogers says while laughing.
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Selecting a term
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Bio details (e.g. vegan, Olympics, father)
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