"James "Jim" Popp" is the general manager of the Montreal Alouettes football club of the Canadian Football League (CFL).

Popp has won four Grey Cups (1995 Grey Cup/1995 with the Baltimore Stallions; 2002 Grey Cup/2002, 2009 Grey Cup/2009, and 98th Grey Cup/2010 with the Montreal Alouettes) and his teams have appeared in 10 Grey Cups (eight over the past decade).

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