After retirements of Alex Mateas, Brad Sinopoli, J.P Bolduc and Ettore Lattanzio who will be the Ottawa Redblacks fan favourites for the 2021 CFL season?

This off-season the Ottawa Redblacks have been hurt by a number of retirements, in fact well over a dozen players have retired from the Ottawa Redblacks this off-season, some have been fan favourites as well. Losing players like Alex Mateas, Brad Sinopoli, J.P Bolduc and Ettore Lattanzio will not only affect the Ottawa Redblacks playContinue reading “After retirements of Alex Mateas, Brad Sinopoli, J.P Bolduc and Ettore Lattanzio who will be the Ottawa Redblacks fan favourites for the 2021 CFL season?”

Henry Burris, Jonathan Rose, Ernest Jackson, Abdul Kanneh, Alex Mateas, Antoine Pruneau among Redblacks’ nominated for the CFL’s all-decade team

Over the past few months, the CFL has had next to no news. The only real news coming in for the league has been Randy Ambrosie’s statements which haven’t even been read the majority of fans, but to get CFL fans more excited the CFL has put together a list of players who you canContinue reading “Henry Burris, Jonathan Rose, Ernest Jackson, Abdul Kanneh, Alex Mateas, Antoine Pruneau among Redblacks’ nominated for the CFL’s all-decade team”

Former Redblacks’ and current B.C Lions running back Wayne Moore looks to be an artist after football, “Sports and art have always been a part of my life.”

The world has been in lockdown for the past 3 months, there’s no sports being played and next to nothing to leave the house for but for CFLer Wayne Moore that isn’t such a big problem. Over the last while Moore has been able to use this time to pursue his talents. Not his on-fieldContinue reading “Former Redblacks’ and current B.C Lions running back Wayne Moore looks to be an artist after football, “Sports and art have always been a part of my life.””

“It was a blessing” says Joey Elliott as he looks back at his journey from Redblacks’ QB to NFL scout

Every year the Ottawa Redblacks bring in a number of players to play a variety of roles for the team. In 2014 they brought in quarterback Joey Elliott. He was signed mid-way through the season to replace injured quarterback Thomas Demarco but he ended up doing more than filling the hole on the depth chart.Continue reading ““It was a blessing” says Joey Elliott as he looks back at his journey from Redblacks’ QB to NFL scout”

Former Ottawa Redblacks offensive co-ordinator Jaime Elizondo, the next Ottawa Gee Gees head coach?

Following the 2018 Grey Cup loss, the Ottawa Redblacks lost a lot of big names from the organization. Starting with Trevor Harris, Diontae Spencer and Rico Murray and then finishing the trail of departures with OC Jaime Elizondo. Elizondo was with the Redblacks for 3 seasons, winning the Grey Cup in 2016 and making anContinue reading “Former Ottawa Redblacks offensive co-ordinator Jaime Elizondo, the next Ottawa Gee Gees head coach?”

Serderius Bryant’s path to success, unlike many others

Midway through the 2016 season, on August 3rd the Ottawa Redblacks signed both Serderius Bryant and Nicholas Taylor. The two defensive standouts had great careers in Ottawa, but what it took for Bryant to get to Ottawa was unreal. Serderius Bryant, the 5’8 210 lb linebacker spent his early days in Sanford, Florida. In Sanford,Continue reading “Serderius Bryant’s path to success, unlike many others”

Second week without Redblacks football, what to look forward to this off-season

The Redblacks season may have ended on November 1st after the last regular season game against Montreal, but as Redblacks fans the season should never end. Throughout the calendar year, there are so many things to keep tabs on as football fans, and for Redblacks fans, we’ve been extra busy keeping tabs on the team’sContinue reading “Second week without Redblacks football, what to look forward to this off-season”

Former Redblacks light it up in Grey Cup Playoffs

On November 10th, the 2019 Grey Cup Playoffs had begun. To begin, the bracket gave both Saskatchewan and Hamilton bye weeks as they would be playing the winners of the Semi-Final round. In the semi-final round, we saw Winnipeg and Calgary fight it out in the west, while Edmonton crossed over to the east toContinue reading “Former Redblacks light it up in Grey Cup Playoffs”

Scott MacDonell looks back at his time in Ottawa, and what’s next for him

In the 2014 CFL draft, Scott MacDonell was selected to play for the Ottawa Redblacks. The Montreal native was hoping to repeat what he did at Queens, but the rookies goals came behind the team’s as they were looking to gain attention after the city’s disappearance from football. The 2014 season was Ottawa’s first timeContinue reading “Scott MacDonell looks back at his time in Ottawa, and what’s next for him”

Highlighting the month of September: “The Pals” re-unite in Ottawa… sort of

Interviews with both Danny O’Brien and Trevor Harris below In the month of September, the Redblacks played 4 games, and 3 of them were at TD Place. After coming off a 2-0 start to the season, the Redblacks have fallen to 3-11, losing 11 of the past 12 games. In those losses, it wasn’t easyContinue reading “Highlighting the month of September: “The Pals” re-unite in Ottawa… sort of”