The Montreal Alouettes announced that they’ve re-signed WR Duron Carter to a one-year contract on Monday.
“We welcome Duron back to the Alouettes family. His ability to make big plays will add unlimited potential to our new revamped offense,” said Alouettes General Manager and Head Coach Jim Popp.
Reports from last week mentioned that Carter returning to the CFL was a “done deal,” so this news doesn’t come as a complete surprise.
Carter, 24, signed a three-year contract with the Colts that included no signing bonus back in February of last year. However, he was unable to make the 53-man roster coming out of the preseason before later being signed to their practice squad.
The Colts elected to not sign him to a future/reserve contract, which would have given him another shot at competing for a roster spot in offseason workouts and training camp.
During the preseason, Carter appeared in four games for the Colts and recorded nine receptions for 126 yards receiving.