Realty One

Wednesday, February 10, 2016


The Saskatchewan Roughriders announced free agent national receiver Shamawd Chambers has signed with the team. As per club policy, details of the contract were not released.
Chambers (6'3 – 219) signs with the Green and White after spending the last four seasons with the Edmonton Eskimos after originally being selected by the team in the 1st round (6th overall) of the 2012 CFL Draft. 
Through 50 career regular season games, Chambers has recorded 112 receptions for 1,234 yards and seven touchdowns. 
He won his first Grey Cup championship with the Eskimos in 2015 and was named the game's Most Valuable Canadian. 


Anonymous said...

you can have chambers he never lived up to expectations with the champs and has history of injuries ,was definately expendable and am told he only signed for one year in sliderville

Anonymous said...

4 seasons and he gets 1200 yards.

Dressler was good for over 1000 yards each year and got over 900 yards last year with no decent QB throwing to him and a D that kept the offense off the field

of course the other receiver signings are good for 600 yards per season so the riders offense should be great - anyone recognize the sarcasm?

Anonymous said...

Huge commitment... ONE YEAR - Not!!!


Anonymous said...


@mrt_man said...

Hmmm... zero dark 30 in Getz country?

Anonymous said...

Yo, sarcasm knucklehead! Dressler is an aging American, Chambers is a young Canadian. Our Riders will kick your Eskimo ass this year!