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Saskatchewan Roughriders are enjoying a December to remember

Robservations …

• Denver Broncos tight end Vernon Davis — who was obtained from the San Francisco 49ers in early November — has had a forehead-slapper of a dropped pass in each of his team’s last two NFL games, both of which were losses. 493 more words

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Roughriders re-sign Tearrius George, Matt Webster; cut McCallum, Jackson

Tearrius George is returning for a sixth season with the Saskatchewan Roughriders.

The CFL team announced Monday that the international defensive tackle had been signed to a contract extension. 220 more words

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Roughriders players may face uncertain futures with recent hiring of Chris Jones as GM and head coach

These are unsettled times for some of the Saskatchewan Roughriders.

The Rider Nation is buzzing over the team’s recent hiring of Chris Jones as the general manager, vice-president of football operations, head coach and defensive co-ordinator. 695 more words

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The Riders Report: Thursday's chilly edition

It seems so strange that there is a chill in the air and the Riders aren’t going to the playoffs.

I know I should be used to it by now, but it just seemed like the Riders always went to the playoffs. 395 more words

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Soft-spoken Chick emerging as a vocal leader for the Riders

REGINA — Saskatchewan Roughriders defensive end John Chick went out of character the other day.

Normally a mild-mannered, soft-spoken individual when he’s not on the football field, Chick got charged up while delivering a speech to his teammates before the Roughriders’ game Sunday against the Montreal Alouettes. 688 more words

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Riders record second victory

The road doesn’t get any smoother for the Saskatchewan Roughriders. The Riders’ remote postseason hopes remain alive after Sunday’s 33-21 victory over the Montreal Alouettes before 30,843 spectators at Mosaic Stadium. 665 more words

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Clark still haunted by Durant injury in 2014

A play that should not have happened remains embedded in Dan Clark’s memory.

The play took place on Sept. 7, 2014, while the Saskatchewan Roughriders were en route to a 30-24 win over the host Winnipeg Blue Bombers. 717 more words

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