The Montreal Alouettes have signed new agreements with four members of the 2023 winning team.
The Montreal football club has signed two-year contracts with Canadian offensive lineman Jesse Gibbon, linebacker Chris Moore and tackle Josh Donovan. The team also renewed the contract of international kicker Jose Maltos for one season.
Gibbon (six-foot-three, 300 pounds) was in uniform for 17 games with the Alouettes in 2023 in addition to playing one game in the playoffs.
The Hamilton, Ontario native joined the Alouettes in February 2023 after a season spent in Edmonton and three campaigns with Hamilton. In 2019, the 26-year-old was the second overall pick in the CFL auction by the Tiger-Cats.
Moore (six-foot, 210 pounds) has one tackle on defense and three more on special teams in three games in 2023.
Maltos (five-foot-ten, 221 pounds) played two games with the Alouettes in 2023 and made seven field goals. In 10 kickoffs, he accumulated 610 yards.
Donovan (six-foot-six, 330 pounds) joined the Alouettes’ practice squad in July after participating in the Buffalo Bills’ rookie mini-camp.
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