Two good Canadian players were locked up by the Ti-Cats in the past 24 hours. The team inked Marc Beswick to a contract extension and signed Defensive Lineman Luc Mullinder to a two-year deal.
Mullinder, who was released by the Alouettes just two weeks after he was traded to Montreal by Saskatchewan, coming to Hamilton is intriguing. He helps to buttress a Defensive Line that has been lacking depth for most of the season. Mullinder could also fill the role that was vacated by Jermaine Reid when the latter signed with the Eskimos this past off-season. With Eddie Steele playing well and Matt Kirk getting healthy, the Ti-Cats now have three very good Canadians along the Defensive Line. Signing Mullinder could turn out to be a very smart signing by the Tabbies.