Tuesday, June 29, 2010

Go on to the new website

we are now online on itunes and all that other fun stuff. look for rougeradio.com or ridersradio.com check it out. its well worth your football talk

Friday, March 19, 2010

Butler signs with the Peg, Perry see you later

. As per team policy, details of the agreement are not disclosed. Butler joins the Blue and Gold with more than 20 games of starters experience in the NFL.

Butler (6-8, 350, Purdue ’04, DOB: June 24, 1982 in Grand Rapids, Michigan) was drafted in the 6th round, 172nd overall, in the 2004 NFL Draft by the Detroit Lions. He started 15 games for the Lions at Right Tackle in 2005. He also spent time with the Cleveland Browns in 2006.

Butler has spent the past two seasons with the Oklahoma City Yard Dawgz of the Arena Football League.

“We are very pleased to add an NFL-experienced lineman to our roster,” said head coach Paul LaPolice.

The Blue Bombers have also released import defensive end Fred Perry.

“Fred’s a quality individual and we appreciate his efforts with our club in 2009. We wish him the very best moving forward,” said head coach Paul LaPolice.

Monday, February 8, 2010

Paul Lapolice off to the Peg

Big congrats going out to Paul Lapolice on joining the Winnipeg Bluebombers as their head coach. I also want to congratulate JIm Barker of the Stamps who is going to be the head man in TOronto. I also got word from my bud Don Narcisse that he is headed to the hall of fame this year. I am going to work something out with him to have an interview with the hall of famer on the site. THat should be awesome i look forward to that. I am off and on in Regina with dad for his medical treatments so this is not updated as much as it should. But i will try my best to update when i can. Talk to you soon. aaron

Thursday, January 28, 2010

Wednesday, January 27, 2010

Taman new gm!

Hey congrats to Brendan Taman on getting hired the next Gm of the Saskatchewan Roughriders. He beat out the likes of Joe Womack and Glen Suitor. He should be a good choice. I am confident the Riders will have another good year. And congrats to Former Rider head coach Kent Austin on getting a head coaching gig in the states. GOod job!!

Sunday, January 17, 2010


thanks to subway in Yorkton, to Julie! They continue to support us here at RIdersradio.com I am in the process of putting up a link to a site of there. But thank you so much guys!

my opinion

My opinion on the Matter. The courts handled the situation. IT is not our place to judge, we do not know all the facts. All I can say is the couple times I have met Eric TIllman he has been nothing short of a class act. He posed to take a picture, and even spent some time visiting. I really like him. I was dishardened to find out him resigning. I pray and wish eh finds a great job else where. I wish the best to the tillmans. Thank you for the many memories, and great football you brought. And as to who should get Gm. I am throwing my support behind Joe WOmack. THanks to all :)

Friday, January 8, 2010

Eric Tillman Learns Fate of Job

A presser has been called for 2pm this afternoon. We will have details when the story breaks. I will then give my opinion of the matter tommorow!!

Alexis Serna Re-signs with WInnipeg

Serna originally signed with the Blue Bombers on June 7, 2008. The Oregon State product dressed in all 18 games last season for the Bombers, leading the team in points scored with 161, while making 40 of 49 field goals. Serna won Special Teams Player of the Week for week 13 of the 2009 CFL season when he was good from distances of 53, 32, 13, and 41 yards.

Ross Hodgkinson, Interim VP of Football Operations, stated, “I think this is a very positive step for the Winnipeg Blue Bombers to re-sign a player of Alexis’ caliber. Alexis is going into his third season with us and we have seen great progression in the past two years. He’s a great guy to have around our locker room and a very solid kicker in this league. I look forward to even better things from him as we move forward.”

Winner of the Lou Groza award (2005) as the best placekicker in U.S. college football, Serna was the kicker for all four years at Oregon State (2004-2007) and a punter as a senior. He finished his collegiate career as the all-time scoring leader in Beavers history (384 points).

“It’s a privilege for me to re-sign with the Bombers and continue my career in Winnipeg. I’m really looking forward to the 2010 season both personally and for our club. The organization has been great to me and this was a very easy decision. I enjoy the city, the fans are great and the club is very good to me. I’m thrilled to get this deal done,” Serna said

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