Argos Sign Nat K/P Zack Medeiros to Practice Roster
TORONTO - The Toronto Argonauts announced today the club has signed National K/P Zack Medeiros to the practice roster.
Medeiros, 28, returns to Toronto after playing 11 games for the Boatmen in 2018, converting 15-of-20 field goals (long of 48 yards) and punting 59 times for an average of 46.1 yards, the third best average in the league. The London, ON native played 13 games for the Ottawa Redblacks in 2016, primarily as a punter, helping the team to a Grey Cup championship over Calgary. The Western University product was an original draft pick of the Edmonton Eskimos in 2014 but never played for the West Division club.
The team also announced today that National RB Mercer Timmis has retired.
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