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Deal in works?

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My colleague at The Hamilton Spectator, Drew Edwards, has posted a rumour on his blog - www.scratchingpost.thespec.com - that the Ticats and Bombers may be talking trade in advance of Sunday's CFL Canadian Draft.

The rumour is the Ticats would trade OL Zac Carlson and a neg list player - possibly QB Alex Brink of Washington State - for the Bombers' first-round pick, 6th overall.

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The Ticats want to grab Guelph kicker Rob Maver, apparently, and would like to move up from their spot 12th overall.

Carlson, a Winnipegger, is 6-4 and 300 and was the first pick in last year's supplemental draft and would bolster the Bombers' depth on the O-line.

The club has also hinted they would also like to nab a linebacker or receiver with their first pick.
 

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