Tuesday, 14 February 2012

All Signs Are Pointing That Dwight Anderson is Back With The Alouettes

With reports surfacing that the Montreal Alouettes are planning to bring defensive back Dwight Anderson for the 2012 season.

It seems on surface that the internal issues that hovered over him and the team have been cleared up. There is no denying the talent that Anderson possesses. However, entering the 2011 season it seemed that the Alouettes didn't have a firm grasp on understanding who he is.

In relaying the message to a cohort of Anderson , he was ecstatic to hear that management has decided to bring him back to the team.

Moving forward

With Anderson situation settled, this could signal the Alouettes intentions of moving on from Mark Estelle. On the other hand, management could be forcing him to take less money if his desire is to be apart of the only team he's known in his CFL career.

But with re-addition of Anderson, it allows new defensive coordinator, Jeff Reinebold to be flexible with his unit. It could enable him to mix and match his now strong secondary on certain in-game situations.

In-fact, both Reinebold and Anderson are very expressive people which could bode well in their coach-player relationship. Reinebold was adored as Winnipeg Blue Bombers head coach for allowing his players to be themselves.

In what could be considered a redo, Dwight Anderson 2.0 could bring a new profound attitude in trying to help the team win a third Grey Cup in four years.

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