Newly signed Jeff Knox Jr. looks to have physical and fast impact to Redblacks’ Defense.

The newly signed linebacker, who has spent time in the CFL with both Toronto and Saskatchewan, along with time with NFL organizations such as, Tampa Bay, Tennessee and Washington. The new Redblacks’ linebacker set records with over 120 tackles in his rookie season in 2015 with the Riders’. Linebacker, Kevin Francis suffered an injury inContinue reading “Newly signed Jeff Knox Jr. looks to have physical and fast impact to Redblacks’ Defense.”

Dominique Rhymes believes off-season training was a success!

Dominique Rhymes, 2016 Grey Cup champion who trained with starting quarterback, Dominique Davis in the off-season has received an advanced role with the 2019 REDBLACKS. Q and A with Rhymes Q: In the off-season, you and QB Dominique Davis trained together. How strong do you believe your duo with him is? A: ” I thinkContinue reading “Dominique Rhymes believes off-season training was a success!”

Alex Mateas looks to be a role model for younger players!

Alex Mateas, the CFL’s first overall pick from 2015’s CFL draft has brought success with him to Ottawa. The Ottawa native is now participating in his 5th CFL season with his hometown team. The year before Alex had been signed by Ottawa, the REDBACKS went 2-16, finishing last place in the league. Since Mateas hasContinue reading “Alex Mateas looks to be a role model for younger players!”

Redblacks sign LB Jeff Knox Jr.

Jeff Knox Jr. who is in talks with the Ottawa Redblacks about a contract, spent his first 3 seasons with the Saskatchewan Rough Riders. During his time as a Rider’, Knox Jr. rallied up 236 total tackles, 2 sacks and one interception. 122 of his 236 tackles came in his 2015 rookie campaign, where heContinue reading “Redblacks sign LB Jeff Knox Jr.”

Mossis Madu, and his journey from NFL to CFL

Mossis Madu, entering his 4th season with Ottawa has found himself with an advanced role with the team. This off-season, the REDBLACKS had lost many free agents on the offensive side of the ball including, running back William Powell. William Powell who had 2 consecutive 1,000 yard seasons, and Madu had large holes to fill.Continue reading “Mossis Madu, and his journey from NFL to CFL”

Who shined for Ottawa in last night’s loss

R.J Harris R.J Harris, who is in his second year in the league, has been awesome for Ottawa all along! Last year he had just under 700 yards, playing under Diontae Spencer, Greg Ellingson and Brad Sinopoli. This year we’ve seen him lots, with him and Dominique Rhymes playing “Next man up” with Brad Sinopoli,Continue reading “Who shined for Ottawa in last night’s loss”

REDBLACKS have no luck in Friday night’s showdown against Winnipeg

What went well Throughout the loss in last night’s game, the REDBLACKS showed some very good things! Lewis Ward continued his consecutive regular season field goal streak with a 53 yard field goal, now he’s got 59 straight field goals in regular season play! Both Avery Williams and Avery Ellis had monster games on theContinue reading “REDBLACKS have no luck in Friday night’s showdown against Winnipeg”

Finishing up practices, on to Winnipeg!

Coming off a bye week, the Ottawa Redblacks are 2-0 ready to face the 2-0 Winnipeg Blue Bombers in Ottawa at TD Place this Friday, July 5th. Rick Campbell and his guys have played two very good football teams coming from the west side already this year, if they can pull of a win againstContinue reading “Finishing up practices, on to Winnipeg!”

CFL’s Canada Day Weekend, “What’s the most Canadian thing you’ve ever seen?”

Time to time, us Canadian CFL fans might wonder what the American players in the CFL think of Canada, and us Canadian fans. This Canada day weekend, we get to see what exactly they think of Canada… kind of. The CFL organized a few questions for one player of each CFL team, to see whatContinue reading “CFL’s Canada Day Weekend, “What’s the most Canadian thing you’ve ever seen?””

Canada Day weekend in the CFL

What went down in Winnipeg? Last night in Winnipeg, former Redblack, Trevor Harris and the Edmonton Eskimos battled against the Winnipeg Blue Bombers. The Bombers were able to keep a lead for most of the game, as they won 28-21 with help from former Dallas Cowboy kick returner and receiver Lucky Whitehead, who caught 7Continue reading “Canada Day weekend in the CFL”