February 5, 2013
Stamps catch new receiver
By IAN BUSBY, QMI Agency

Well-travelled receiver Terence Jeffers-Harris is headed to Calgary. SUN file photo.

Terence Jeffers-Harris' tour through the CFL has landed him with the Calgary Stampeders.

The Stamps signed the three-year veteran to a contract Tuesday and will try to fit him into their receiving corps for the 2013 season.

Jeffers-Harris broke into the league with the Winnipeg Blue Bombers in '10 but was released by them late in the '11 season and immediately joined the Hamilton Tiger-Cats.

Last season, he was cut by the Ticats and picked up by the Saskatchewan Roughriders. In his career, he's played 23 games, making 83 receptions for 1,012 yards and seven touchdowns.

Despite being well-traveled already, the Connecticut product is just 24.

"Terence has shown that he is a capable CFL receiver, and I look forward to seeing how he performs at training camp," said Stamps GM/head coach John Hufnagel.


This signing helps fill the void left by the release last week of Romby Bryant, who was set to become a free agent.


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