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 returner DeVonte Dedmon brings bright spot to REDBLACKS in big 30-27 Overtime win, and Lewis Ward drills three field goals to keep his streak going

Recap Starting the game with a Davis to Thomas completion was the start to an odd game! After completing the first pass, Davis had a completion drought, where we`d see two straight drives with a turnover. Once the Redblacks were given the ball for the 4th time, the game changed. DeVonte Dedmon waiting for theContinue reading “REDBLACKS returner DeVonte Dedmon brings bright spot to REDBLACKS in big 30-27 Overtime win, and Lewis Ward drills three field goals to keep his streak going”

Former REDBLACKS Receiver and Returner “Staying ahead of the curb” with Steelers

Diontae Spencer’s legacy begins at McNeese Diontae Spencer, the fastest man on the planet grew up in the small town of New Iberia, Louisiana. Growing up in a small town, he wasn’t given a lot of attention coming out of high school. Without much attention in high school, Spencer wasn’t given a lot of University/CollegeContinue reading “Former REDBLACKS Receiver and Returner “Staying ahead of the curb” with Steelers”

Gameday in the capital, Arndt ready for anything, Crockett stays at running-back, Fernandez “Isn’t the time to show love for former team”, best fans in the league

This week, the Redblacks are at home facing off against the 2018 Grey Cup champions, Calgary Stampeders. The game is tonight at 7:00 pm Eastern time at TD Place in Ottawa. The Redblacks hope to end a 3 game losing streak, while the Stampeders fight to go 4-2. Injury update Last week, the Redblacks facedContinue reading “Gameday in the capital, Arndt ready for anything, Crockett stays at running-back, Fernandez “Isn’t the time to show love for former team”, best fans in the league”

Brad Sinopoli, “we have a young group of guys”

Brad Sinopoli, the long time Redblack is now in year 5 in plaid. In the years he’s spent in Ottawa, he has had 4 straight seasons where he’s gained 1000+ receiving yards. Before getting the chance to play in Ottawa, he was a backup QB for Calgary coming from Ottawa University, and later made theContinue reading “Brad Sinopoli, “we have a young group of guys””

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!”

Catching up with the Commissioner

At the REDBLACKS home opener against the Saskatchewan Roughriders, I was granted the opportunity to interview CFL Commissioner, Randy Ambrosie. Ambrosie, who was an offensive lineman when he played was the second overall pick in the 1985 CFL draft. During his time in the CFL, he was lucky enough to play with Damon Allen inContinue reading “Catching up with the Commissioner”

John Crockett Leans Towards Career in CFL

Born and raised in Minneapolis, Minnesota 27 years young; February 16 1992 Went to Fridley Totino-Grace High School Played with Brock Jensen and Carson Wentz at North Dakota State University In his senior year of University, he scored 21 rushing touchdowns on over 2,000 all purpose yards 3 time NCAA FCS National Champ Played withContinue reading “John Crockett Leans Towards Career in CFL”