Winnipeg Blue Bombers release local product DJ Lalama

The Winnipeg Blue Bombers announced they released local product DJ Lalama on Tuesday.The 26-year-old Winnipeg linebacker was used primarily on special teams in appearing in seven of their first eight games of the season. The former member of the Manitoba Bisons recorded just a single special teams tackle and sat out of their week nine win over the Calgary Stampeders.Lalama signed with the club as a free agent back in February.READ MORE: Former Manitoba Bison DJ Lalama calls it ‘childhood dream come true’ after signing with Blue BombersFollowing his release, Lalama thanked the Bombers for the opportunity on Twitter, and seemed to indicate that he turned down a spot on their practice roster.
Story continues belowI made a tough decision today, but God has me on the right path. You only live this life once, so BET ON YOURSELF ✊️Thank you @Wpg_BlueBombers for the opportunity. Great organization, great locker room, great fans! Wishing y’all nothing but success. Thanks for the memories ✌️— DJ Lalama (@DJLalama) August 13, 2019Lalama missed all of last season with an injury after he suited up for the Montreal Alouettes in 2017.READ MORE: Newest Bomber survived life-threatening blood clot before signing with hometown squadThe Edmonton Eskimos selected Lalama 70th overall in the 2016 CFL Draft.Subscribe now to the Blue Bombers Podcast on Apple Podcast or Google PlayWATCH: (Aug. 8, 2019) Bo Levi Mitchell not ready to return to the field View original article here Source

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