News Goodbye Reggie!

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  1. Seeker1

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    GREEN BAY, Wis. — Reggie Begelton is a Green Bay Packer.

    The former Calgary Stampeders star receiver signed a reserve/future deal with Green Bay on Monday. The CFL club released Begelton last week to allow him to pursue opportunities south of the border.

    The six-foot-two, 205-pound Begelton spent three seasons with Calgary, achieving career highs last year in catches (102), receiving yards (1,444) and touchdowns (10). Begelton was a CFL all-star in 2019 and the Stampeders' nominee for the league's outstanding player award.

    Begelton amassed 149 catches for 2,236 yards and 12 TDs during his tenure in Calgary.
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  2. Bob the dog

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    Wishing Reggie the best in Green Bay. His play in 2019 warrants the look.

    Wondering if the Lamar Durant deal in BC ($192,000 +) is going to affect the Juwan Brescasin negotiations. Would think it will push him to FA if Stamps won't offer something similar. If both are healthy I like JB over Durant.

    Either way it doesn't look like receiver will be an issue. Particularly if Kamar Jordan and Eric Rogers are good to go for the whole year. Klukas and Hunchak give nice depth behind Mayala. Ambles, Peck, and Huff are other options if the first two have lingering health issues.
     

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