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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- NHL lockout ends — Chicago Blackhawks win Stanley Cup
- Boston Marathon bombing followed by Boston Strong support and the Boston Red Sox winning the World Series at home
- Toronto Maple Leafs' Game 7 collapse against the Boston Bruins
- Saskatchewan Roughriders host and win the 101st Grey Cup
- LeBron James leads the Miami Heat to a second consecutive NBA Championship
- Lights out at Super Bowl XLVII
- Historic winning streaks of the Chicago Blackhawks and Miami Heat
- MLB's steroid investigation and player suspensions
- Aaron Hernandez charged with murder
- Oscar Pistorius charged with murder
- Lance Armstrong admits to doping
- The Manti Te'o hoax