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Michael Sam signed a two-year deal with the CFL's Montreal Alouettes on Friday.
The former joint SEC Defensive Player of the Year participated in the NFL's first-ever veterans combine earlier this year, where he was confident he would be playing professional football again.
“I am very excited and proud to join the Montreal Alouettes and want to thank team Owner Robert Wetenhall, General Manager Jim Popp and Head Coach Tom Higgins for this opportunity,” Sam said. “I cannot wait to put on the pads, get back on the field and work hard each and every day with my teammates to bring a Grey Cup to the great fans here in Montreal.”
Sam was drafted in the seventh round of the 2014 NFL Draft by the
CBSSports.com NFL Insider Jason La Canfora first reported Sam's signing.
Scandrick recently reported to team workouts after a brief holdout that caused him to forfeit $500,000 of his base salary. The 28-year-old is expected to sign new his deal on Friday.
Arguably the Cowboys' best cornerback, Scandrick was scheduled to make $1.5 million this season and still had four years left on his current deal.
Scandrick recorded 55 tackles with two interceptions in 14 games last season.
Therefore, Dallas could be looking to add another. According to The Baltimore Sun and National Football Post's Aaron Wilson, the Cowboys worked out running back
Thomas was with the Dolphins the previous four years and totaled 1,480 career yards and 10 touchdowns on the ground. The Cowboys also worked out Ben Tate and Felix Jones.
Jones will try out on Thursday, along with several other wide receivers and running backs.
Jones was a first-round draft pick of the Cowboys in 2008 and played five years with the team. His last NFL appearance was with Pittsburgh in 2013.
Tate has played for Houston, Cleveland, Minnesota and Pittsburgh in his four-year NFL career.
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