REGINA – The court case for a former Saskatchewan Roughrider charged with assault has been adjourned until the new year.
Former Rider receiver Taj Smith appeared in the Court of Queen’s Bench Monday morning in Regina. 37 more words
The trial for Saskatchewan Roughriders receiver Taj Smith is still expected to go ahead next month.
A voir dire — or a trial within a trial — was held at Regina Court of Queen’s Bench Tuesday in anticipation of the trial, which is set for Dec. 98 more words
Paul McCallum’s return engagement with the Saskatchewan Roughriders appears to be over.
A source with the CFL team confirmed Monday that the veteran kicker won’t be on the active roster for the remainder of the 2015 season, barring an injury to another kicker. 377 more words
The Saskatchewan Roughriders accomplished something while not doing very much at all.
By losing handily to the B.C. Lions and Hamilton Tiger-Cats, the Roughriders debunked the oft-advanced theory that they are not a bad football team. 816 more words
The Saskatchewan Roughriders can’t even get through a practice without losing a veteran to injury.
Early in Wednesday’s practice at Mosaic Stadium, slotback Chris Getzlaf injured the lower portion of his left leg while attempting to run a post pattern during a passing drill. 427 more words
In the midst of a bye week – which constitutes progress for the Saskatchewan Roughriders – here are seven reasons why the local CFL team is 0-7: 689 more words