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RB Sean Thomas-Erlington Re-Signs With Hamilton Tiger-Cats

The Tiger-Cats have announced that they have re-signed National running back Sean Thomas-Erlington. Thomas-Erlington played in 19 games for the Tiger-Cats during the 2022 season. He had 53 carries for 371 yards and one rushing touchdown, and he also had 25 receptions for 216 yards and one receiving touchdown. Thomas-Erlington’s consistent production gives the Tiger-Cats flexibility as they navigate the Ratio Rule throughout each CFL season.

The 5’9″ 217-pound running back from Montreal, Quebec, has played five seasons in the CFL and has played his entire CFL career with Hamilton. The Tiger-Cats selected Thomas-Erlington in the eighth round of the 2017 CFL draft. During his five-year career, he has accumulated 191 carries for 1,170 yards and six rushing touchdowns. He also had 63 receptions for 631 yards and three touchdowns.

Over his five seasons with the Tiger-Cats, Thomas-Erlington has proven himself a consistent contributor to the Hamilton offensive unit. By re-signing him, the Tiger-Cats are showing their commitment to a player that has chosen to commit to the Hamilton franchise and fan base.

Thomas-Erlington is a USports product and played at the University of Montreal. He played 28 games in four seasons and helped the University of Montreal win the 2014 Vanier Cup championship. During his four-year USports career, he had 253 rush attempts for 1,405 yards and 16 rushing touchdowns.

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Aaron Sauter is a 23-veteran high school football coach that is also an fan of all levels of football. He is especially interested in alternative football leagues like the CFL, UFL, and IFL. Aaron enjoys analyzing innovative schemes on offense and defense during his free time.
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