Saskatchewan Roughriders

18 Feb 19
Regina Leader-Post

The Saskatchewan Rush regained its winning form Saturday by defeating the host Vancouver Warriors 15-13.

17 Feb 19
The Province

He joins the B.C. Lions with the reputation of a mercurial merc with a mouth, but Duron Carter is looking forward to a fresh start and the chance to show his character is on par with his football talent.

16 Feb 19
Ottawa Sun

There’s been a lot of chatter out there in RNation the past few days about the Ottawa Redblacks still having plenty of money to spend. The assumption is that, because the Redblacks chose not to/couldn’t re-sign several key players from the 2018 team that advanced to the Grey Cup — losing 27-16 to the Calgary […]

16 Feb 19
Regina Leader-Post

Robservations … • It has been repeatedly reported that the 2018 Saskatchewan Roughriders had a 10-4 record in games started by quarterback Zach Collaros. When you delve a little further into the numbers, they are not as eye-popping. Read on … • The losing team actually scored more offensive touchdowns (19, to the Roughriders’ 17) […]

16 Feb 19
The Province

“I don’t have to say anything about getting the ball, because I have Mike Reilly throwing it. I’m literally in bliss right now.”

15 Feb 19
Global News

One of the newest Blue Bombers, defensive end Willie Jefferson, said a number of current Bombers played a role in getting him here, including QB Matt Nichols.

15 Feb 19
Ottawa Sun

Fresh off signing a new contract that will pay him $525,000 — with a big signing bonus — to be the starting quarterback for the Edmonton Eskimos in the 2019 CFL season, Trevor Harris says he would have taken less to stay with the Ottawa Redblacks. How close was the 32-year-old to staying in Ottawa? […]

15 Feb 19
Regina Leader-Post

Five takeaways from the Riders’ dip into the 2019 CFL free-agent pool

15 Feb 19
National Post

Jovon Johnson is trading his cleats in for a whistle this season. The veteran CFL defensive back tweeted Friday he’s accepted an offer to become the defensive backs coach at Defiance College in Ohio. The 35-year-old is currently a free agent after spending the last two years with the Saskatchewan Roughriders. “Now I teach the […]

15 Feb 19
Regina Leader-Post

Brett Lauther was rewarded for putting his best foot forward with the Saskatchewan Roughriders in 2018.

15 Feb 19
Regina Leader-Post

The winning bid for the 2020 Grey Cup game is to be announced Thursday by the CFL.

15 Feb 19
National Post

TORONTO — The CFL will award the 2020 Grey Cup next week, the league announced Friday. The CFL said its Grey Cup committee has reviewed bids from the Hamilton Tiger-Cats, Montreal Alouettes and Saskatchewan Roughriders. The final decision will be announced Thursday. “We want to thank all three organizations for first-class bids, any one of […]

15 Feb 19
Global News

Brett Lauther and Naaman Roosevelt have re-signed with the Saskatchewan Roughriders through the 2019 season.