Stampeders deal Mouton to Bombers for Sanders

Ryan-Mouton;-CFL;-NFL;-Tennessee-Titans

Ryan Mouton spent three seasons with the Tennessee Titans and the Washington Redskins after being taken in the third round, No. 94 overall, in the '09 NFL draft by the Titans. (Jeff Roberson/AP)

The Calgary Stampeders acquired offensive lineman Zebrie Sanders from the Winnipeg Blue Bombers for defensive back Ryan Mouton on Tuesday.

Both are international players.

Sanders was a fifth-round pick of the Buffalo Bills in 2012. He spent the ’12 campaign on the injured-reserve list and attended the NFL team’s training camp the following year before being released.

Mouton re-signed with Calgary as a free agent in February after joining the squad last October. He spent three seasons with Tennessee and the Washington Redskins after being taken in the third round, No. 94 overall, in the ’09 NFL draft by the Titans.

Calgary also released 10 players, including defensive lineman Brandon Jordan and defensive back Brandon Underwood, both international players. Jordan played three games for Calgary last year while Underwood was added to the practice roster last October after playing seven games with the Toronto Argonauts earlier in the season.

Winnipeg also announced another player move, releasing international linebacker TraShaun Nixon.

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