New Additions May Just Be What The Lions Need



The BC Lions made headlines Friday adding six players to their roster. They would go on to announce the signings of defensive end Alex Bazzie, wide receiver DeVier Posey, full-back Mario Villamizar, running back Shaun Wilson, wide receiver Quadree Henderson, and linebacker Josh Woods.

These signings are a direct result of the BC Lions 4-4 start to the season. The team so far has produced well through their first 8 showings. The Lions haven’t been out of many games so far this season, and at times have been winning most times.

All six newly acquired players will enter the mandatory COVID protocol before they are permitted to practice with the team. After appearing in 50 games with the Lions, Alex Bazzie returns to the Lions after playing four seasons with the team from 2014-17.

As the team has its sights set on their next game against the Calgary Stampeders on October, 16th 2021 they hope the new additions may be able to add the proper spark the team is desperately looking for.

Quarterback Michael Reilly and company will look to bounce back after Zach Collaros threw for 417 yards for the Winnipeg Blue Bombers after a 31-9 defeat. Their biggest spread of the season should give BC all the fuel needed to come back and prove the naysayers wrong.

What started as a promising season going 4-2 through their first six games, Vancouver has been on a slide as of late. But as they get ready for Calgary in a week’s time the Lions will be ready and charged to make a statement.

Calgary currently boasting a 4-5 record will be looking to even out their season and knock off Vancouver once again. But if the Lions have any say in the matter they will steady the ship and be back in the win column soon enough. Who is your favorite team in the CFL? Are you a Canadian football fan, let us know in the comment section.

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