Kavis Reed, the Alouettes’ new general manager, has a simple philosophy when it comes to building a football team — you can never have enough quarterbacks or Canadians.
He displayed that Wednesday night, when the team announced the addition of former B.C. Lions non-import, nose-tackle Jabar Westerman to a three-year contract. The 6-foot-2, 280-pounder has spent five seasons with the Lions, who selected him second overall in 2012. He had five sacks in 16 games last season — including three in two games against Montreal — increasing his career total to 17.