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Saskatchewan Roughriders

The Saskatchewan Roughriders are a Canadian Football League team based in Regina, Saskatchewan, founded in 1910.

Riders add quarterback, release two

The Saskatchewan Roughriders have added another quarterback ot their stable.

The team announced on Friday that they've signed import quarterback Adam Weber. The pivot joins the green and white after three years on NFL practice rosters. In 2011, Weber was with the Denver Broncos followed by two seasons with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.

Report: Darian Durant's new contract worth $190,000

A week after the championship quarterback re-signed with the Saskatchewan Roughriders, there are reports out as to how much Darian Durant is being paid.

A Winnipeg Sun reporter has said Durant's new contract is worth $190,000. However, the article also reported that Durant got a signing bonus of $225,000.

If the report is correct, the Rider's quarterback's salary is far less than the top CFL salary of the B.C. Lion's Travis Lulay, reported at $450,000.

Riders fined for salary management system violation in 2013

The rumours were true, one CFL team is over the league's salary management system and it turns out that it was the Saskatchewan Roughriders.

Kirk Penton of the Winnipeg Sun had reported earlier this week that there was word that one team in the league over-spent in 2013.

The CFL announced today after auditing every team in the league the Riders were $17,795 dollars over the $4.4 million threshold. Because the green and white were less than $100,000 over the limit the team will only be fined $17,795.

Rider teammates thrilled to see their leader sticking around

The Saskatchewan Roughriders have their feel good story of the 2013-14 CFL off-season.

Darian Durant signs multi-year contract with the Riders

The Riders have made their biggest move of the off-season.

At an event today the Green and White announced they've signed franchise quarterback Darian Durant to a new contract extension; something they had been working on for the most of the off-season.

Like most CFL contracts, what's known about this one is pretty sparse as details weren't officially announced by the team and Durant himself didn't add much to conversation either.

Ryan Smith heading to Riderville

The Saskatchewan Roughriders have added another receiver ahead of training camp.

Ryan Smith officially signed with the green and white on Monday. The receiver tweeted Monday afternoon that he had signed with Saskatchewan. His agent also tweeted out a photo of Smith signing said contract.


Ryan Smith signs his contract. Photo courtesy Reed Duchscher

Jeremy O'Day in no rush to leave Saskatchewan

It's no secret that Riders Assistant General Manager Jeremy O'Day would like to be a General Manager in the CFL one day.

As of this moment it doesn't appear that it could be happening in Saskatchewan in the coming couple of years with current GM Brendan Taman now under contract through the 2017 season. Over the last year or so O'Day has had some chances to move on and take the reins of an organization with openings in both Edmonton and Winnipeg in recent years.

That being said, O'Day is pretty happy where he is right now.

Jim Hopson unsure of his own future

Despite many departures on the field this off-season has been one filled with contract extensions for the Saskatchewan Roughriders.

Head Coach Corey Chamblin and General Manager Brendan Taman have both signed on the line and will remain in Riderville through the 2017 season. The team is also working hard towards getting franchise quarterback Darian Durant signed to a long term contract extension as well.

UPDATED: Roughriders lock up GM Brendan Taman with two-year deal

In what's almost become an annual tradition the Saskatchewan Roughriders have locked up their General Manager for a few more years.

The Green and White announced Wednesday that they've agreed to terms on an extension with GM Brendan Taman that will see him stay in Riderville through the 2017 season. The new deal brings Taman in line with his Head Coach Corey Chamblin who was also extended through 2017 earlier this off-season.

Dressler 2.0? Ryan Smith can't avoid comparisons

Ryan Smith could only blush at the comparisons.

Smith followed Weston Dressler's high school and collegiate career in North Dakota as well as his accomplishments with the Saskatchewan Roughriders.

And it's hard not to see the comprables. 5'7, 175lbs, born and raised in North Dakota, fast, ellusive, and can catch a football. Outside the obvious professional accomplishments, the only difference appears to be their school.

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