Miami Dolphins cut loose former Bombers QB Chris Streveler

A return to the CFL could be in the future for former Winnipeg Blue Bombers quarterback Chris Streveler.

Streveler was placed on waivers by the NFL’s Miami Dolphins on Wednesday.

If Streveler is not claimed by another NFL team, he would become a free agent, free to sign with any team north or south of the border.

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Streveler signed with the Dolphins in February after spending part of last season on the Baltimore Ravens’ practice roster. He also spent parts of two seasons with the Arizona Cardinals.

The 27-year-old played in seven games with the Cards from 2020-2021, when he made 17 of his 25 passes for 141 yards and one touchdown.

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Streveler played the 2018 and 2019 seasons in the blue and gold and helped the Bombers win the 2019 Grey Cup.

The Bombers currently have four quarterbacks on their roster, but Streveler’s former offensive coordinator with the Bombers, current Ottawa RedBlacks head coach Paul LaPolice, could also be interested in his services.

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