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Montreal Alouettes Bring Back American Defensive Back Reggie Stubblefield

The Montreal Alouettes have signed American defensive back Reggie Stubblefield. Stubblefield was with the team in training camp and preseason.

Stubblefield was among the 15 players released by Montreal during the final roster cuts following the preseason. In the preseason Stubblefield played in 2 games and 1 start at strong-side linebacker. In the game against Ottawa, he recorded 4 tackles making him 1 of 5 Alouette players to record 4 or more tackles in a preseason game this year.

The Montreal Alouettes announced on their social media that they signed him on Monday with the deal being recorded on Tuesday on the CFL Transactions.

Stubblefield played his final season of collegiate ball in 2021 for Kansas State where he started in 6 games and played in 12.  He was third on the team in tackles for a loss at 7 on the season. He finished 2021 with 34 tackles (27 solo), 7 tackles for loss, and 1 sack.

Prior to Kansas State, he played for Prairie View A&M from 2016 to 2020. He played in 32 games for Prairie View A&M with 18 starts and compiled 150 tackles (88 solo), and 5 interceptions.

In 2022 Reggie Stubblefield attended the Kansas City Chiefs rookie minicamp. He was drafted to the D.C. Defenders of the XFL in November 2022 but was released in February prior to signing with Montreal in March.

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