REDBLACKS Cut 10

The CFL Free Agency is just over 2 and a half weeks away and Marcel Desjardin is already making moves. Coming fresh off signing fan favourite American defensive back Sherrod Baltimore and Canadian fullback Anthony Gosselin 1 year deals. Desjardin sent shock waves through the CFL with reports that the REDBLACKS had cut 10 players, including QBs Jonathan Jennings & Will Ardnt along with RBs … Continue reading REDBLACKS Cut 10

Ottawa REDBLACKS Decade in Review

The Ottawa REDBLACKS haven’t been playing football for a decade yet, but there have been many things happening for years regarding this franchise. The REDBLACKS didn’t begin playing until the 2014 season, but we can still look at the steps taken to form this franchise and how it has gotten to the spot it is right now. We will be looking at everything the REDBLACKS … Continue reading Ottawa REDBLACKS Decade in Review

Campbell Out, Desjardins Stays: What Are the Players Saying?

In the wee hours of the morning on Monday, Justin Dunk (Reporter for 3 Down Nation) reported that Rick Campbell and the REDBLACKS would be parting ways before the 2020 season. The report was later confirmed by AJ Jakubec, surprising many members of #RNation It was later confirmed that Campbell was not fired, but resigned duo to a poor working relationship with GM Marcel Desjardins. … Continue reading Campbell Out, Desjardins Stays: What Are the Players Saying?

Setting Realistic Expectations for the New QB1, Will Arndt

We all knew this was coming. The REDBLACKS have officially named Will Arndt the week 18 starter. Arndt has never started a game in the Canadian Football League, and Friday will mark his first. Understanding that this is going to be a learning curve for the kid is important for the fans. Looking at Arndt’s past, and the supporting cast the REDBLACKS offer, I will … Continue reading Setting Realistic Expectations for the New QB1, Will Arndt

Who Should the REDBLACKS Bring Back on Defence Next Year?

Last week, I wrote about the REDBLACKS offence and who they should keep. This week, I am keeping with the same theme, but this time I will be looking at the defence. Many believed the defence was going to be among the elite groups in the CFL at the beginning of the season, but that hasn’t been the case for a variety of reasons. Some … Continue reading Who Should the REDBLACKS Bring Back on Defence Next Year?

Who Should the REDBLACKS Bring Back on Offence Next Season ?

The REDBLACKS season is long lost at this point, sitting in 3rd place in the east division with a record of 3-10. There is no denying the offence has been nothing short of putrid at the best of times this season, scoring a total of just 180 points in 13 games, good for last in the CFL and 39 points behind Toronto, who has only … Continue reading Who Should the REDBLACKS Bring Back on Offence Next Season ?