January 19, 2006 14:05 ET

Clinton Wayne in Montreal for Three Years: Grant Steen and Jonathan Molock are Also Expected at Training Camp

MONTREAL, QUEBEC--(CCNMatthews - Jan. 19, 2006) - Montreal Alouettes' Vice President and General Manager, Jim Popp, announced today that Canadian defensive lineman Clinton Wayne signed a new three-year contract with the organization.

Wayne (6'2", 290 lbs.) joined the Alouettes on July 31, 2005, when the team traded receiver Kwame Cavil to the Edmonton Eskimos. Wayne started 39 of 78 games in which he played since he started his CFL career in 2001 with the Calgary Stampeders. He then played for the Ottawa Renegades for two and a half seasons and went to the Edmonton Eskimos midway through the 2004 campaign. In five years, Wayne made 95 defensive tackles and seven quarterback sacks. The Canadian defensive end from Scarborough, Ontario is 28.

Steen and Molock at training camp

In other news, defensive players Grant Steen and Jonathan Molock are also expected at the Alouettes' next training camp.

Steen (6'3", 242 lbs.) played the last game of the Alouettes' 2005 season. The University of Iowa linebacker played four preseason games with the NFL's New England Patriots in 2005, and dominated NFL Europe's Frankfurt Galaxy with 62 tackles. He is 25.

Molock (6'1", 216 lbs.) is a linebacker who started his career at Cal State Northridge before transferring to Montana State where he played his last three seasons. In 2004, he made a total of 62 defensive tackles including 10 for losses of 26 yards and four quarterback sacks. He also had an interception.

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