Monday, June 20, 2016

Former UConn star Taylor returning to CFL

Former UConn star Larry Taylor, who twice led the Canadian Football League in punt return yardage, is returning to the league after being signed by the Toronto Argonauts today.

Taylor, who previously played for Calgary and Montreal, ranks seventh in return yardage in CFL history, last played in the league in 2014.

Taylor played for Montreal from 2008-10 although he spent most of the 2010 season attempting to make it in the NFL. He was signed by Calgary in 2011 and spent three seasons there before being traded to Montreal in 2014.

He is one of five former UConn players who will start the season on CFL rosters as Reuben Frank is with Edmonton, Alex Mateas is in his second season with Ottawa while Martin Bedard and Jesse Joseph are on Montreal's roster.


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