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Derrele Mitchell heading to Canada


, a former receiver at North Carolina, will head to Canada in May to begin his professional football career. Mitchell has signed a two-year contract with the Toronto Argonauts of the Canadian Football League after spending last season out of the game. He found an opening with the Argonauts with the help of his brother, Robert Thomas, who talked to team officials about Mitchell's joining the team. (Winston-Salem Journal)

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