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Alouettes’ defensive tackle Scooter Berry out for the season with torn ACL, LCL

Montreal Alouettes' Scooter Berry heads off the field with an injury during the first half of their CFL game against Winnipeg Blue Bombers in Winnipeg on Saturday, November 3, 2012. Berry suffered a torn ACL and LCL on July 25, 2013, making him a scratch for the rest of the season.

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Montreal Alouettes defensive tackle Scooter Berry will miss the remainder of the season after suffering a torn ACL and LCL during Thursday night's game against the Edmonton Eskimos.

Berry tallied seven defensive tackles and one interception in five games this year. In six games with Montreal last season, he recorded six tackles and one sack.

The 27-year-old American signed with the Alouettes last September.

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