Crockett and company look to find endzone in this weeks game in Saskatchewan

John Crockett, running back for Ottawa has been nothing but awesome for the Redblacks this season. Rushing and receiving for over 400 yards in just 4 starts has been an incredible start to his Canadian career. Before coming to Ottawa, Crockett played at the University of North Dakota where he’d play with former Redblacks QBContinue reading “Crockett and company look to find endzone in this weeks game in Saskatchewan”

Joe Paopao believes his time as a Quarterback will indeed help as a play caller

This week following a loss to Hamilton, the Redblacks announced that running-backs coach, Joe Paopao would change roles and become the offensive play caller while also coaching Quarterbacks. Today at Redblacks’ practice, I was able to catch up with Paopao about his coaching change. Paopao: I’ve been a play-caller most of my life. Making decisionsContinue reading “Joe Paopao believes his time as a Quarterback will indeed help as a play caller”

Standing ovation “something special” for Lewis Ward in tough 21-7 loss to Hamilton

On Saturday at 4:00, the Ottawa Redblacks faced off head to head with divisional rival, Hamilton Tiger Cats. The Ti-cats ended up beating the Redblacks 21-7, leading Ottawa to 3-6 and Hamilton to 7-2. Pointing out the bright spots Of course, the Redblacks are 3-6 and have had multiple struggles not only in Today’s game,Continue reading “Standing ovation “something special” for Lewis Ward in tough 21-7 loss to Hamilton”

October and his offense looks to improve to 2-1 in divisional games

Winston October, the Ottawa Redblacks’ wide receivers coach and offensive play caller is doing all he can to be a contender in the CFL, and it shows. The Redblacks may be 3-5 this season, but October and the other Redblacks’ coaches have been moving players all over the roster, changing plays and doing everything toContinue reading “October and his offense looks to improve to 2-1 in divisional games”

Sherrod Baltimore is ready to take on divisional opponent as we reach mid-season

This season has been a little more of a struggle than past seasons, but the defense doesn’t show fear as they get set to play 6-2 Hamilton Tiger Cats this Saturday at 4:00. The Ottawa Redblacks sit at 3-5 going into week 10 of the CFL season, but the record doesn’t show the amount ofContinue reading “Sherrod Baltimore is ready to take on divisional opponent as we reach mid-season”

REDBLACKS and CFL reveal negotiation list

The CFL has a system, where if a team likes a player that has NFL potential, or already is in the NFL, you would have to get his “rights” before being able to sign him. For example, Lucky Whitehead of Winnipeg. He played 3 seasons with the Dallas Cowboys and was later released by theContinue reading “REDBLACKS and CFL reveal negotiation list”

Redblacks sign Logan, cut Thomas Jr. as they prepare for Hamilton

The Redblacks remain in the headlines this week with a few transactions. The addition The Redblacks announced the signing of 38 year old running back Stefan Logan. Logan has spent 8 seasons in the CFL and 5 seasons in the NFL splitting time with the Miami Dolphins, B.C Lions, Pittsburgh Steelers, Detroit Lions, Montreal AlouettesContinue reading “Redblacks sign Logan, cut Thomas Jr. as they prepare for Hamilton”

Redblacks release former Blue-Bomber, Julian Feoli-Gudino

The Ottawa Redblacks had released news today that they cut veteran receiver Julian Feoli-Gudino. The now former Redblack had spent his first two seasons in Toronto, where he’d go on and win the 100th Grey Cup in 2012. Before winning the big game, he’d been drafted by the Argos from the University of Laval whereContinue reading “Redblacks release former Blue-Bomber, Julian Feoli-Gudino”

The Redblacks fall short of 4th quarter comeback in Edmonton

The Redblacks faced off against Trevor Harris and the Edmonton Eskimos Friday night at 10:00 EDT. Trevor Harris and Greg Ellingson who were one of the best duos in the CFL a year ago here in Ottawa would be back together against the Red and Black. With little time left on the clock, the RedblacksContinue reading “The Redblacks fall short of 4th quarter comeback in Edmonton”

Gameday out west, what to look for against the Esks

Tonight at 10:00 pm EDT, the Redblacks will play the Edmonton Eskimos at Commonwealth stadium. The last time Ottawa had played in Edmonton, they had a heart breaking grey cup loss to Calgary. Over nine months ahead, they’re back to play Edmonton, but with new faces and names. The Redblacks will actually play against TrevorContinue reading “Gameday out west, what to look for against the Esks”