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Four former Auburn players cheap nfl jerseys made it through the weekend rosters cuts in the Canadian Football League as the CFL teams prepared for the kickoff to the regular season on Thursday night two who catch passes and two who try to keep them from being caught.

Wide receiver D'haquille "Duke" Williams earned a spot on the Edmonton Eskimos, and wide receiver Darvin Adams is back with texans jerseys for sale the Winnipeg Blue Bombers.

Williams caught 45 passes for 730 yards and five touchdowns for Auburn in 2014 and was considered one patriots jerseys cheap of the top wide receivers in the 2016 NFL Draft class heading into the 2015 season. But he played in only five games and caught 12 passes for the Tigers in 2015 before being dismissed from the team on Oct. 5.

Williams went to training camp with the NFL's Los Angeles Rams last year, but he had been out of football since being released at the end of the preseason.

Adams is healthy again after a broken collarbone caused him to miss 10 games last season, although he made it back on the field for the final two regular season games and a playoff contest in 2016.

"I'm blessed," Adams said. "I just want to thank God that I'm better, and my trainers for getting me back prepared."

Adams caught 51 passes for 690 yards and six touchdowns in eight games last season.

Not all of Auburn's CFL players made it through the preseason to a regular season roster. Offensive lineman Devonte Denzey was let go by the Calgary Stampeders.

The four Auburn players are among 15 players with Alabama football roots who survived the CFL's weekend of roster cuts.

The senior members of the state's contingent are British Columbia Lions defensive tackle Bryant Turner and Toronto Argonauts linebacker Bear Woods. Turner, who starred at Daphne High School and UAB, and Woods, who was a Troy standout, are heading into their seventh CFL seasons.

Woods changed teams during training camp after being released by Montreal, even though he was an all star last season. The Lions decided to carry both Ty Long and Swayze Waters into the regular season because Waters has been dealing with quadriceps tendinitis.

The CFL season kicks off on Thursday night when the Saskatchewan Roughriders visit Montreal. The season concludes with the 105th Grey Cup on Nov. 26.

The players with Alabama football roots on opening week CFL rosters include:

British Columbia Lions: Ty Long, place kicker, UAB; Bryant Turner Jr., defensive tackle, Daphne, UAB; Swayze Waters, place kicker, UAB.

Calgary Stampeders: Maleki Harris, linebacker, Cordova, South Alabama; Cordarro Law, defensive end, Sumter County; Ucambre Williams, offensive lineman, Central Phenix City, South Alabama.



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