Posted by GameSetMatch on 28th August 2009
After waiting out a nagging injury, Argos WR P.K. Sam seems ready to make his 2009 debut Friday night against the Calgary Stampeders. The only question left is who is more excited about his return to the lineup – Sam or the Argos brass. The Argos coaching staff is hoping that Sam can add both size and smarts to a receiving corps that has seen its fair share of personnel changes in the first seven weeks of the season.
“He is a big target and he runs good routes,” said Head Coach Bart Andrus. “He is a receiver that can bring a lot to our offence and I think he will bring us some extra awareness, extra experience and I am excited to see him play.”
Andrus and his staff have good reason to be hopeful that Sam can add a new dimension to their offence based on his late-season performance in 2008. The Florida State product was arguably the Boatmen’s most productive offensive weapon in the final third of the ’08 season, generating 36 receptions for 499 yards and three touchdowns in only six games after first joining the club in September.
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