Tuesday, 13 March 2012

Dwight Anderson Is Back In the Fold With The Alouettes

Earlier in the calendar year as first reported by The Montreal Gazette writer Herb Zurkowsky about Dwight Anderson coming back for his second season with the Montreal Alouettes.

It has now been confirmed by Anderson's camp through Zurkowsky's article that it is a new chapter with the team.

As I wrote in a previous Anderson piece, this is the second reincarnation of the signing. There is no denying that he is a very expressive player, and last year, according to reports that there may have been internal issues with him and head coach Marc Trestman.

With those obstacles now resolved, Trestman can go back to coaching, and molding the team the way it needs to be. Anderson can hopefully meet the expectations of the coaching, and management staffs with his on-field ability.

With his presence, it will give defensive coordinator, Jeff Reinebold the flexibility with the secondary, and allowing some of his players who were out of position in 2011 to go back to their natural spots.

The element that Anderson brings to the table, he will get under the skin of the opposition, and with Andy Fantuz, and Jason Barnes now in the same division. It will be an intriguing chess battle.

Had Anderson been released by the Alouettes, there would have been plenty of suitors lining up for his services.

The old saying is, “don’t look back, look forward”. That is what Anderson and the Alouettes are doing in resolving questions at-hand for him to be apart of the 2012 season.

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1 comment:

  1. he knows again what's expected of him with the als and with DC reinebold pulling his coat expect a vastly improved performance from him this year!! but who pulls reinebold's coat?