Tuesday, September 22, 2015
RIDERS EXTEND DAN CLARK, NOT CONSIDERING GLENN TRADE
Clark (6’2 – 310) is currently in his fourth official CFL season with the Green and White after originally signing with the team in 2009 out of the Regina Thunder junior football program.
The 27-year-old Regina product has started all eleven regular season games at centre this season. To this point, Clark has played 52 career regular season games, starting 21, seeing action at both guard and centre.
He won his first career Grey Cup with the Riders in 2013.
** Meanwhile Roughriders General Manager Jeremy O'Day appeared on 620 CKRM's SportsCage to discuss the rumours of an impending trade with Hamilton involving quarterback Kevin Glenn. The Ticats could be in the market for a veteran starter after Monday's news that Zach Collaros is gone for the season with a torn ACL.
"We haven't had any discussions with any other teams regarding a trade or anything like that," O'Day explained. "As we go moving forward right now, Kevin is our quarterback."
O'Day was further asked if Kevin Glenn factors into their long-term plans past the 2015 season.
"That's a question that'll be answered down the road," O'Day said. "That's not something we're gonna over-evaluate right now. Right now we're just focused on this year and right now we're just focused on getting a win. It starts with one and Kevin is the guy we're gonna go with."