Alouettes sign draft pick DB Lue to three-year contract

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5/28/2014 10:55:18 PM
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The Montreal Alouettes locked up defensive back Andrew Lue, their second round pick in this year's CFL draft, to a three-year contract.

"Andrew is a welcome addition to the team. He brings size, physicalness, and versatility. He should be able to compete at both defensive back and linebacker," said Alouettes General Manager Jim Popp.

Lue played at Queen's University and was named an OUA Football First Team All-Star in each of the past three seasons.

Montreal has signed seven of the eight players they drafted in the 2014 Draft.

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