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gpridernut
gpridernut
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Last Activity: Today, 08:08 AM
Joined: 04-19-2017
Location: Grande Prairie, Alberta
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  • gpridernut
    replied to Injuries and the Bye Week
    Has it been mentioned that with Doughlin’s signing that Mak Henry was placed on the one game injury list according to the league website?...
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  • gpridernut
    started a topic Alouettes release DB Robinson

    Alouettes release DB Robinson

    Alouettes release Jermaine Robinson. Should they?...
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  • gpridernut
    replied to Injuries and the Bye Week
    Or yo-yo...
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  • gpridernut
    replied to Calgary vs Ottawa GDT
    To borrow and amend an old quote:

    “Rumours of the Stamps’ death were greatly exaggerated.”

    They’re not going away any time...
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  • gpridernut
    replied to Alliance of American Football League
    As many have said, the USFL could have survived had they stayed in the Spring...and kept costs within reason...it was a good brand...this Alliance of...
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  • gpridernut
    started a topic Bombers sign Hecht

    Bombers sign Hecht

    National defensive back Jeff Hecht has signed a one-year contract with the Winnipeg Blue Bombers, per sources. The 32-year-old had been a free agent since being released by the Saskatchewan Roughriders in April. Hecht was acquired by the Riders via trade in August 2016 and re-signed with Saskatchewan in March 2017, playing in 26 games making 28 tackles, 13 special teams tackles and forcing one fumble with the Riders. Hecht has suited up in 100 career CFL games making 75 defensive tackles, 50 special teams tackles, forcing four fumbles and grabbing one interception after going unselected in the 2011 CFL draft. He’s spent time with the Alouettes, Stampeders – winning a Grey Cup with Calgary in 2014 – and Riders. Hecht brings a proven veteran presence, seven years of CFL experience, to the Bombers defence and special teams units, needed after Canadian Derek Jones was placed on the six-game injured list with a lower-body injury.
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  • One other difference was Barnes and Hufnagel were both seasoned veterans. Not a raw rookie and a young guy with few games under his belt. They were a...
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  • gpridernut
    replied to Braden Schram
    Second lineman from the Peace River high school football program to play for the Riders. First was Lynden Gaydosh. Schram is from Manning which is north...
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  • gpridernut
    replied to Braden Schram
    The only guy anyone shares any information with apparently says he’s been signed....
    The Saskatchewan Roughriders have signed national offensive lineman Braden Schram to a two-year deal. Schram was released by the Hamilton Tiger-Cats on June 28 after selecting him in the second round of the 2017 CFL Draft. The 25-year-old dressed in one game for the Ticats as a rookie. The Tabbies largely moved on from Schram due to a surplus of Canadian offensive lineman. Schram has the requisite size – 6-foot-4, 312 pounds – and came out of the offensive line factory that is the University of Calgary as an All-Canadian calibre player in USports. Personnel men falt Schram was a versatile piece up front when he left the Dinos. The Riders have Canadian offensive linemen Brendon LaBatte, Dan Clark, Dariusz Bladek on the active roster, Josiah St. John on the six-game injured list and Chad Teskey on the practice roster. Adding Schram is a smart move for the Riders as the team needs to improve it’s national depth along the offensive line.
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  • gpridernut
    replied to OL The ones that got away watch
    The Hamilton Tiger-Cats have released Canadian offensive lineman Braden Schram, a former 2017 second round pick. And while it’s always somewhat unusual for a club to release a relatively high pick so early in the development cycle, the Ticats find themselves in an enviable situation when it comes to national depth up front. The team is currently starting three Canadian offensive lineman – guard Brandon Revenberg, centre Mike Filer and 2018 first rounder Darius Ciraco. That Ciraco has already passed Schram on the depth chart is the first indication that his development wasn’t going as well as the team had hoped. But others had moved passed Schram as well. A look at the roster from last week’s win over Edmonton indicates that there are four other linemen ahead of Schram: Landon Rice, Everton Williams, Kay Okafor and Brett Golding. Mathieu Girard, who re-signed this spring after a year-long retirement, is also coming along and will soon be in game shape (and size.) Schram was also a second-round pick, which means his salary would have been higher than the CFL minimum (likely in the $70,000 range.) By releasing him, the Ticats will get at least some savings (he was on the one-game [...]
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  • The Hamilton Tiger-Cats have released Canadian offensive lineman Braden Schram, a former 2017 second round pick. And while it’s always somewhat unusual for a club to release a relatively high pick so early in the development cycle, the Ticats find themselves in an enviable situation when it comes to national depth up front. The team is currently starting three Canadian offensive lineman – guard Brandon Revenberg, centre Mike Filer and 2018 first rounder Darius Ciraco. That Ciraco has already passed Schram on the depth chart is the first indication that his development wasn’t going as well as the team had hoped. But others had moved passed Schram as well. A look at the roster from last week’s win over Edmonton indicates that there are four other linemen ahead of Schram: Landon Rice, Everton Williams, Kay Okafor and Brett Golding. Mathieu Girard, who re-signed this spring after a year-long retirement, is also coming along and will soon be in game shape (and size.) Schram was also a second-round pick, which means his salary would have been higher than the CFL minimum (likely in the $70,000 range.) By releasing him, the Ticats will get at least some savings (he was on the one-game [...]
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  • gpridernut
    replied to Carter to start exclusively at DB
    Quarterbacks coach for the Jacksonville Jaguars...
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  • that is ONE BIG CORNERBACK!...
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  • gpridernut
    replied to A new QB arrives in Riderville
    I'm starting to think the fans are maybe being trolled by the GM and coach?...I'm just finding it more and more difficult to fully understand some of...
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  • gpridernut
    replied to Week 39 for Jones
    I lean towards this too. Heck eleven wins would have been reason to celebrate in the late seventies, eighties, nineties, early two thousands. Honestly...
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  • gpridernut
    replied to A new QB arrives in Riderville
    Fans: hey the team needs a third QB. Get someone in here.
    Team signs a QB.
    Fans: no we don’t like that guy....
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  • gpridernut
    replied to A new QB arrives in Riderville
    X League QB Gardner confident on field, comfortable living in Japan

    BY KAZ NAGATSUKA

    STAFF WRITER...
    For a man from the Mitten State, practicing in hot, sticky humid weather in the middle of August in central Japan might be a little daunting. Nonetheless,
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  • gpridernut
    replied to A new QB arrives in Riderville
    Riders sign former Michigan and NFL QB Devin Gardiner

    Posted on June 27, 2018 by Justin Dunk // 0 Comments
    The Saskatchewan Roughriders...
    The Saskatchewan Roughriders have signed quarterback Devin Gardiner, per sources. Gardiner went unselected in the 2015 NFL Draft, but signed an undrafted free agent contract with the Patriots only to be released by New England shortly after. The Steelers brought Gardiner to training camp in 2015 as a quarterback, but he did not make Pittsburgh’s roster. Gardiner played for the University of Michigan (2010-2014) throwing for 6,336 yards, 44 touchdowns and 32 interceptions while rushing for 916 yards and 24 touchdowns.
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    Brandon Bridge is gonna start
    Gonna start
    Gonna start
    Brandon Bridge is gonna start
    Hope he's read-y...
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