With the league's announcement last week, the fun starts four days early this year.
CFL free agency opens at Noon et/9am pt and while a number of big names have found their 2014 destinations early this off-season, there are still plenty of players worth opening the wallet for.
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With the quarterbacks off the board already, the non-imports could be the ones making the headlines on Tuesday.
Leading the way are two Montreal Alouettes in tackle Josh Bourke and linebacker Shea Emry. Bourke is a proven talent and ratio-buster playing at a typically American-rooted position while Emry has East Division nominations for both Most Outstanding Player and Most Outstanding Canadian on his impressive resume.
A number of import defensive stars will surely be sought after when the market opens as well. All-Stars like Toronto Argonauts DB Patrick Watkins, BC Lions DE Keron Williams, and Winnipeg Blue Bombers BD Jovon Johnson - a former Most Outstanding Defensive Player - are all available to the highest bidder.
And there are players with NFL aspirations worth keeping an eye on as well. While Hamilton Tiger-Cats LB Simoni Lawrence is fully expected to sign with the Minnesota Vikings, other stars such as Korey Sheets, Cordarro Law, and Nick Moore will be free to sign with any team of their choosing north or south of the border.