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Bombers add two Canadians to lineup

The Blue Bombers added a pair of Ontarians to their roster today, as they continue to hunt for more Canadian options on the field.

Joining the Bombers are offensive lineman Eric Armitage and defensive back Kevin Prempeh. Armitage, a 6-foot-4, 308 lb. Western Ontario Mustangs alumnus, was a seventh-round draft pick of the Saskatchewan Roughriders last year, but the Riders let him go before the season started.

Prempeh, who hails from Scarborough, Ont., played his college football at the University of Concordia. In 22 games with that team, he put up 32 tackles, two interceptions and knocked down nine passes.

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The Blue Bombers added a pair of Ontarians to their roster today, as they continue to hunt for more Canadian options on the field.

Joining the Bombers are offensive lineman Eric Armitage and defensive back Kevin Prempeh. Armitage, a 6-foot-4, 308 lb. Western Ontario Mustangs alumnus, was a seventh-round draft pick of the Saskatchewan Roughriders last year, but the Riders let him go before the season started.

Prempeh, who hails from Scarborough, Ont., played his college football at the University of Concordia. In 22 games with that team, he put up 32 tackles, two interceptions and knocked down nine passes.

 

 

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