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Chad Johnson admits he has never been to Canada, but he will soon call it a temporary home after signing with the Montreal Alouettes on Thursday. The team announced they had agreed to terms with the 36-year-old former Pro Bowl wide receiver whose NFL career spanned 11 years, a decade with the Cincinnati Bengals and one year with the New England Patriots. Johnson had been working out with the team since Monday in Florida. "Chad Johnson did an outstanding job the last three days," said Alouettes general manager Jim Popp in a release. "As we added him into the mix, it was to see how he communicated with the players, how he held himself, the way he physically held up, his true interest in coming to the CFL. It was a total evaluation so that its a good fit. He was very happy and very excited to be on the field again and we are happy to welcome him to the Alouettes." Johnson has been out of football for the past two seasons. He signed as a free agent with the Miami Dolphins in 2012, but was cut prior to the start of the season following an arrest. "I messed up tremendously, as we all know, and I didnt get the opportunity to come back after that and Im like, I have so much left and I just want to get back to the game of football, he said on TSN Drive with Dave Naylor on TSN Radio 1050. "Popp gave me the opportunity to come down and try out in Vero Beach and I didnt hesitate to take the two-hour drive down from Miami and just go out there and do what I love to do." The Oregon State product is a six-time Pro Bowler and holds Bengals franchise records for most receptions, receiving yards in a season, touchdown receptions and most receiving yardage of all-time. Johnson joins a receiving corps that was led in 2013 by S.J. Green, who finished the season with 1,197 yards receiving and 13 touchdowns. He says his experience with the Alouettes so far isnt much different than his time south of the border. "One thing Ive come to learn, and I learned really fast, is that the players that I was able to meet at the Alouettes are all NFL worthy," Johnson said. "The competition level is really no different then what it was in my 12-year career in the NFL and it was fun. You know, learning the little nuances of the Canadian game, it was phenonemal man and Im just happy and blessed to have the opporutnity to play again and have the opportunity to contribute to the Alouettes." The details of the contract have not been released, however, Johnson says the administrative process is a small part of a much grander scheme. "Its not about signing a contract, its the fact that when I was able to touch the grass the first day ... and hear the sound of cleats leaving the locker room, and the chills I got to be a part of something again was worth much more than signing a contract," he said. 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Andy Pazder, the tours chief of operations, said the notice would be posted at the TPC Scottsdale, in the tent on the tee boxes before a player starts his round and even on the electronic scoreboard on the 16 hole.How it gets enforced is another matter. Pazder made a small clarification by using the word indiscriminately throwing objects. In recent years, Rickie Fowler has tossed hats into the grandstand and Bubba Watson is becoming famous for the swag he throws into the bleachers. What first got the tours attention was Padraig Harrington kicking a football into the stands. Thats now forbidden.Pazder said a direct handoff is fine.If a player is going by handing them out or flipping them to someone in the first row, thats fine, he said. But not going by throwing things like a Frisbee.At issue was safety, much like how the NFL bans players from heaving a football into the stands after a touchdown.A fan in public seating in a mad scramble to get a hat is going to hurt himself, or land on top of another person, he said. I would say to the players, Think about the liability.Pazder said he has talked to Watson, among other players, and didnt receive too much pushback. But as the handwritten addition to the notice indicated, hes aware the tour will get criticized as the No Fun Police.As if the Phoenix Open isnt rowdy enough, Tiger Woods is playing the tournament Jan. 29-Feb. 1 for the first time since 2001.___STADLER GOES LEFTY: Kevin Stadler has been using a long putter for the last 16 years, and that will have to change next year with the new rule that outlaws an anchored stroke used for the long putters.He already has figured out. Stadler is going lefty.Just going backward with a little short one, Stadler said.He has been using a conventional left-handed putter, though not in competition, because it feels the most comfortable to him. For a right-handed player, going to the other side is similar to a cross-handed grip.I dont even know how to grip a putter conventionally, Stadler said. Ive putted my whole life as a kid cross-handed, and when I was a really little kid, I played left-handed for a little bit. It feels comfortable. Thats probably what Im going to do.___GWAA AWARDS: All the times he failed to win might be one reason Jim Furyk was a winner — at least with the media.He was voted to receive the ASAP Sports/Jim Murray Award by the Golf Writers Association of America for his co-operation with the media. There certainly has been plenty of chances this year as Furyk has four runner-up finishes and became the first player with $6 million in worldwide earnings without winning. It was a tough year, though Furyk never ducked reporters. At one event, given a chance to go out a side door, Furyk went out to speak to the media after losing a share oof the 54-hole lead.ddddddddddddIve never looked at it as a tough or difficult, Furyk said. Ive always thought that we both have jobs to do. I feel I have a responsibility to help portray (to readers) what they are seeing and in order to do that, I can tell the media what Im thinking.In other awards, the GWAA voted to give Jarrod Lyle the Ben Hogan Award for remaining active in the game despite a physical ailment or illness. Lyle battled leukemia as a teenager, won twice on the Web.com Tour to get his PGA Tour card, and then had a recurrence that kept him out of golf for some 18 months before he returned.To be awarded the Ben Hogan Award is a huge honour, Lyle said. To be placed among some of the games greatest is something I will cherish forever.The William D. 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The Wissahickon Course, designed by A.W. Tillinghast and opened in 1922, will have stroke-play qualifying and the match play portion of the U.S. Amateur Four-Ball. It was restored last year by Keith Foster. The other is the Militia Hill Course, which opened in 2002 and will be used only for stroke-play qualifying.The U.S. Amateur Four-Ball makes its debut this year at Olympic Club in San Francisco. The next two events are scheduled for Winged Foot (2016) and Pinehurst (2017).___DIVOTS: The Web.com Tour announced a 25-tournament schedule for 2015 that begins the last week in January in Panama and wraps up the first weekend in October with the last for the Web.com Tour Finals at the TPC Sawgrass (Valley Course) at PGA Tour headquarters. ... The USGA and Ross Greenburg Productions are behind a one-hour documentary called, Nicklaus: The Making of a Champion, which Fox will show at noon EST on Sunday before the NFC championship game. 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