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Montreal Alouettes' S.J. Green stretches for a first down while Edmonton Eskimos' Agustin Barrenechea and Siddeeq Shabazz try to pull him down during the first half of their CFL football game in Edmonton October 31, 2008.  (Reuters)

Montreal Alouettes' S.J. Green stretches for a first down while Edmonton Eskimos' Agustin Barrenechea and Siddeeq Shabazz try to pull him down during the first half of their CFL football game in Edmonton October 31, 2008. 

(Reuters)

Alouettes re-sign linebacker Cox, receivers Green and Deslauriers Add to ...

The Montreal Alouettes signed two-year contract extensions Wednesday with linebacker Chip Cox and receivers S.J. Green and Eric Deslauriers.

Cox, an Alouette since 2006, was a CFL all-star from 2009 to 2011. Last season he led the club with four interceptions and was second in tackles with a career-high 82.

Green had a second straight 1,000-yard season, registering 61 catches for 1,111 yards and four touchdowns.

Deslauriers caught 13 passes for 299 yards.

The Alouettes also released linebacker Rod Davis and non-import kicker Derek Schiavone.

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