Four players fined following Week 1

TORONTO (June 28, 2017) -- The Canadian Football League (CFL) announced today:

Montreal Alouettes defensive back Mikael Charland was fined for a tourist hit on Saskatchewan Roughriders safety Mike Edem.

Saskatchewan Roughriders offensive lineman Thaddeus Coleman was fined for a dangerous block on Montreal Alouettes defensive end John Bowman.

Ottawa REDBLACKS linebacker Serderius Bryant was fined for a late hit on Calgary Stampeders returner Roy Finch.

Saskatchewan receiver Naaman Roosevelt was fined for a crackback block on Montreal Alouettes defensive back, Dondre Wright.

The CFL also announced the following preseason discipline:

Calgary Stampeders offensive lineman Brad Erdos was fined for a low hit on BC Lions defensive lineman Junior Luke on June 6.

Ottawa REDBLACKS offensive lineman Pierce Burton was fined for a tourist hit on Hamilton Tiger-Cats linebacker Matt Wells during the June 8th game.

Hamilton Tiger-Cats linebacker Kavell Conner was fined for a high hit on Ottawa REDBLACKS quarterback Drew Tate on June 8.

Winnipeg Blue Bombers defensive lineman Padric Scott was fined for hitting Edmonton Eskimos quarterback Zach Kline on June 15.

Ottawa REDBLACKS offensive lineman Evan Johnson was fined for a late and low block on Montreal Alouettes linebacker Nicolas Boulay on June 15.

BC Lions linebacker Solomon Elimimian was fined for a low hit on Saskatchewan Roughriders receiver Jenson Stoshak on June 16.

Paulo Senra

Director, Communications, Canadian Football League

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