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Montreal Alouettes Sign QB Mike Glass III along with DBs Reggie Stubblefield and Coney Durr

This week the Montreal Alouettes have signed a trio of American players to add depth to their 2023 roster. Quarterback Mike Glass III joins the Alouettes after a successful college career at Eastern Michigan University. Also, defensive backs Coney Durr and Reggie Stubblefield come to Montreal from NCAA Power Five programs.

Mike Glass III is a 6’0″, 200-pound quarterback from Saint Louis, Missouri, that played college football at Eastern Michigan University. During the 2018 season at Eastern Michigan, Glass III threw 72 completions on 117 pass attempts for 1,024 yards and nine touchdowns with one interception. He also ran the ball 71 times for 412 yards and six touchdowns. In 2019, he had a 66.3% completion percentage with 266 completions on 401 pass attempts for 3,169 yards and 24 touchdowns with 11 interceptions. Glass III also ran the ball 118 times for 428 yards, along with eight rushing touchdowns for the Eagles.

Reggie Stubblefield is a 6’0″, 195-pound defensive back from Arlington, Texas, that played his final year of college football at Kansas State University. During the 2021 season for the Wildcats, he produced 34 tackles, seven tackles for loss, and one quarterback sack. Stubblefield also spent five seasons with Prairie View A&M of the SWAC from 2016 until 2021.

Defensive back Coney Durr comes to Montreal after a successful five-year career at the University of Minnesota. The 5’9″, 193-pound native of Baton Rouge, Louisiana, started in 43 games for the Golder Gophers while appearing in 55 games. While at Minnesota, he accumulated 144 tackles, 30 pass deflections, and four interceptions, including an interception that he returned 72 yards for a defensive touchdown. In addition, he participated in the Chicago Bears rookie mini-camp in 2022.

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