After a quiet couple of weeks following the CFL Draft on April 30th, the Ottawa Redblacks have put themselves back into the news column. While the world stays in lock down during these tough times, the Redblacks front office led by GM Marcel Desjardins are making sure their roster is set for when the season is played.
A part of the off-season, the Redblacks just recently brought in Na’Ty Rodgers. Rodgers, and offensive lineman from the University of Houston will be making his third appearance in the CFL after a 2018 campaign with the Montreal Alouettes and Winnipeg Blue Bombers. In 2018, Rodgers played in 10 of the Alouettes’ 18 games and even got on two XFL rosters in the 2020 season.
If he is given enough looks early in 2020 training camp, the Maryland native could find himself as a starter on the Ottawa Redblacks’ offensive line.
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