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Tiger-Cats activate Canadian Offensive Lineman Coulter Woodmansey from 6-week Injured List

The Tiger-Cats are currently in the process of building roster depth at their offensive line position. Their most recent move is to activate Canadian offensive lineman Coulter Woodmansey from the 6-week injured list. Coulter Woodmansey is a 6’5″, 310-pound lineman that previously played guard for the Guelph Gryphons. The Tiger-Cats acquired Woodmansey in the 2020 CFL Draft. In 2021, Woodmansey played in 9 games. Before joining the Tiger-Cats, Woodmansey played in 32 games for Guelph and had 28 starts at guard. With an injury to left guard Brandon Revenberg, it makes sense for the Tiger-Cats to add as much depth to that position as possible.

The addition of Woodmansey to the active roster is yet another personnel move to try and solidify the Tiger-Cats offensive line. In the first 3 weeks of the 2022 season, Hamilton has used 3 different lineups at the offensive line. With injuries slowly piling up, it will be important for the Tiger-Cats to stay a step ahead and have personnel available to fill in the gaps along with way. As the Tiger-Cats continue their regular-season journey it will be important for Hamilton to find and sustain an offensive line group that can work together to build chemistry. We will have to keep an eye on the situation and see what contribution Woodmansey can make towards helping rebuild the Tiger-Cats offensive line.

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