Bombers acting GM keeps on wheelin' and dealin'

Bombers GM Kyle Walters has traded for a pair of Canadian players in the last two days. (Brian...

Bombers GM Kyle Walters has traded for a pair of Canadian players in the last two days. (Brian Donogh/QMI Agency)

PAUL FRIESEN, QMI Agency

, Last Updated: 11:43 PM ET

WINNIPEG - No sooner had the ink dried from the Buck Pierce trade when Blue Bombers acting GM Kyle Walters pulled the trigger on another deal.

Walters sent little-used Canadian running back Anthony Woodson and a fifth-round draft pick to Toronto, Monday, for veteran offensive lineman Marc Parenteau and a third-round pick.

Parenteau fills an immediate need and could end up playing as early as next weekend in Edmonton, as non-import Paul Swiston is banged up and Steve Morley is out with a knee injury.

At 33 and with eight years under his belt (Ottawa, Winnipeg, Saskatchewan and Toronto), Parenteau at least knows the CFL. He started 12 games for the Argos a year ago.

Receiver Akeem Foster, who comes from B.C. in the Pierce deal, provides more upside.


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