I’ve covered some teams that have not had good seasons.
But I’ve never seen anything quite like what’s going on in Montreal.
As they prepare for Friday night’s game against the Tiger-Cats in Hamilton the Alouettes find themselves in a serious tailspin.
And I’m not just talking about the standings where their 3-and-8 record has them comfortably in last place in the CFL’s East Division.
On Tuesday, starting quarterback Rakeem Cato had to bee escorted out of practice after he got into a shouting match with receivers Kenny Stafford and Duron Carter.
Cato also got into a shouting match with Carter at practice earlier this season.
The latest squabble comes just a few days after veteran QB Kevin Glenn was traded to Winnipeg.
And upon his exit, Glenn sent out a cryptic tweet.
Al’s receiver Nik Lewis has also sounded off on a couple of occasions this year.
You have to think the writing is on the wall for Jim Popp, at least as head coach.
He’ll probably stick around as the GM until at least the end of the year.
But if the situation continues to deteriorate it could be the end of an era in Montreal.