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Sunday, February 18, 2018


The Saskatchewan Roughriders have signed national free-agent receiver Jake Harty to a two-year contract.             

Harty (6’2 – 210) joins the Riders after spending his first three CFL seasons with the Ottawa Redblacks where he was originally selected in the 2nd round (10th overall) of the 2015 CFL Draft.

The 27-year-old Calgary product played 34 career regular-season games for the Redblacks, collecting 36 receptions for 307 yards and one touchdown while adding 12 special-teams tackles. He also played three playoff games and two Grey Cup games. 

Harty won his first career Grey Cup in 2016.


Anonymous said...

Now when are the Riders going to actually sign a QB haha haha.

Larry said...

Solid CDN. signing!

Anonymous said...

Could this be a sign that Rob Bagg is moving on to free up salary cap room? And that the Riders are not ready to get Mitch Picton on the roster?

Anonymous said...

Basically 1 reception per game? Where does this rate news?

Anonymous said...

High draft picks are so overrated. Canadians can always be obtained as FAs or late cuts.

Anonymous said...

so who gets cut, bagg? the riders have six receivers making over 100,000$. somethings gotta give.

Anonymous said...

Beat your team last year with Kevin Glen. The QB you stated would go 0-18.
So with Collaros at the helm this year with a slightly more mature Brandon Bridge. The Rider won’t just beat your team. They will beat down your team.