September 07, 2005 12:32 ET

Thyron Anderson in Montreal for the Next Three Seasons: Back From the NFL, he Signs a New-Three-Year Contract

MONTREAL, QUEBEC--(CCNMatthews - Sept. 7, 2005) - Montreal Alouettes' General Manager Jim Popp is thrilled to announce that veteran receiver Thyron Anderson has accepted the terms of a new two-year contract plus an option that will end after the 2007 season.

Back from the New Orleans Saints' training camp since last week, Anderson played in his first game last Friday against the Ottawa Renegades. In the Alouettes' win, Anderson caught an 18-yard pass.

In 2004, Anderson was one of four Alouettes' receivers to gain over 1,000 receiving yards, a first in CFL history. He finished the season with 76 catches for 1,147 yards and three touchdowns. He is 26.


The Alouettes also announced that linebacker Jeremiah Garrison, who just came back from the Green Bay Packers training camp, and free safety Jamacia Jackson have joined the practice roster. They are both South Carolina products.

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  • The Montreal Alouettes
    Louis-Philippe Dorais
    Director of Media Relations
    (514) 253-0008
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    Noah Sidel
    Assistant to the Director of media relations
    (514) 886-9544