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Thursday, February 8, 2018


The Saskatchewan Roughriders have signed national wide receiver Devon Bailey to a contract extension.         
Bailey (6’5 – 202) will remain with the Riders after joining the team in August, 2017. The 26-year-old, four-year veteran originally entered the CFL with the Edmonton Eskimos after being selected in the 1st round (6th overall) of the 2014 CFL Draft. Through three seasons in Edmonton, Bailey played 39 regular-season games and four playoff games. 

Last season, Bailey played six regular-season games with the Riders, registering five receptions for 80 yards and two touchdowns.     

Bailey was eligible to become a free agent on February 13.


Anonymous said...

Welcome back Mr. Devon Bailey - Saskatchewan Roughriders.

QUESTION - how come a Riderville fan base don't talk curling more? That's what that province is famous for, its their national game. They know nothing of professional football or hockey. Lots of expert opinions one would expect on curling that it would blow up this blog site.
Saskatchewan, provincial motto should read, "Saskatchewan, home of curling"

Jim-bob Jondeere

Anonymous said...

Messam back to Sask it the word on my street. Riders have lots of money so Grey Cup here we come!

Anonymous said...

Tell me how Messam to Saskatchewan makes any sense. The Riders cut Lafrance because he has no hope of getting on the field. Now I realize Messam is likely better than Lafrance even in the twilight of his career but Marshall, Richardson and Thigpen are all very capable and much, much cheaper than messam who is essentially a risk.

unless the riders are desperate for a canadian starter i see no logic in this.