CANADIAN K/P RONNIE PFEFFER RETURNS TO TORONTO

CANADIAN K/P RONNIE PFEFFER RETURNS TO TORONTO

TORONTO – The Toronto Argonauts announced today that the club has signed Canadian kicker Ronnie Pfeffer

Pfeffer, a 5-11, 185-pound native of Kitchener, Ontario returns to the Argonauts after spending the last season and a half with the Ottawa REDBLACKS. In 11 career CFL games, the Wilfrid Laurier product has punted 63 times for 2,719 yards (43.2 avg) while connecting on 12-of-16 field goal attempts.

In his first stint with the Double Blue in 2015, he punted 38 times for 1,475 yards, an average of 44.8 yards per punt, while connecting on 12-of-16 field goals. Pfeffer's longest career field goal of 52 yards came on his first career attempt on July 5, 2015, vs. the Saskatchewan Roughriders.  

The Argonauts also announced today that the club has released international offensive lineman Davonte Wallace

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