10 CFL free agents to watch

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SANDRO DEANGELIS, K

The former Grey Cup Most Outstanding Canadian's 83.4 field-goal percentage gave him the title of most accurate kicker in league history last season.

BYRON PARKER, CB

His timely departure from the Toronto Argonauts last season helped turn around a floundering Eskimos secondary and he returned punts.

WILL POOLE, DB

He was a big part of an easily overlooked but seldom out-performed Argos defence that was the only reason the team didn't go winless last season.

STEVEN JYLES, QB

Although a computer hacker already placed him with the Winnipeg Blue Bombers, Jyles remains the only gunslinger without a home in the CFL.

Cedric Gagne-Marcoux, OL

It appears he will be leaving the Hamilton Ticats, who drafted him in the first round in 2006. Throughout 31 games with the Tabbies, he became their unsung hero.

WES CATES, RB

Injury is the only thing that kept him from rushing for 1,000 yards again last season.

JAMAL ROBERTSON, RB

This well-travelled veteran has been everywhere but over the hill. At 33 years old, Robertson put together 100-yard rushing performances in each of their three wins in '09.

KERRY WATKINS, WR

Watkins caught for over 1,000 yards for the fifth consecutive time last season with the Montreal Alouettes.

KERON WILLIAMS, DT

The inside defender took a break stuffing rushers only to chase down eight quarterback sacks and force three fumbles last season with Montreal.

DOMINIQUE DORSEY, RB

Electrifying returner also missed part of last year due to injury. Has game-changing ability when healthy.


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