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Luc Mullinder

Luc Mullinder
Date of birth: (1980-09-25) September 25, 1980 (age 33)
Place of birth: Auckland, New Zealand
Career information
Status: retired
CFL status: Non-import
Position(s): DE
Height: 6 ft 4 in (1.93 m)
Weight: 288 lb (131 kg)
College: Michigan State
CFL Draft: 2004 / Round: 4 / Pick: 31
Drafted by: Saskatchewan Roughriders
Organizations
As player:
2004-2011
2011
2011
2012
Saskatchewan Roughriders
Montreal Alouettes
Hamilton Tiger-Cats
Montreal Alouettes
Career highlights and awards
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Luc Mullinder (born September 25, 1980 in Auckland, New Zealand) is a former professional Canadian football defensive end who played for nine seasons in the Canadian Football League. Mullinder was originally drafted 31st overall by the Saskatchewan Roughriders in the 2004 CFL Draft[1] and spent the first eight years of his career with the team. He has also played for the Montreal Alouettes and Hamilton Tiger-Cats. He attended Michigan State on a football scholarship.

Professional career

Mullinder was drafted in the fourth round, 31st overall, by the Saskatchewan Roughriders in the 2004 CFL Draft and would go on to play for eight seasons with the team. He won a Grey Cup championship with the team in 2007. He was traded to the Alouettes on August 8, 2011 for import receiver Dallas Baker and was released by the Alouettes on August 22, 2011.[2] He was signed by the Hamilton Tiger-Cats on August 23, 2011[3] and released the following off-season on February 1, 2012.[4] He was re-signed by the Alouettes on March 26, 2012.[5] On April 30, 2013, Mullinder signed a one-day contract with Saskatchewan so that he could retire as a member of the Roughriders.[6]

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