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Saturday, May 5, 2018


EDMONTON - Canadian receiver Rory Kohlert is calling it a career.

The Edmonton Eskimos announced Friday the 30-year-old Regina native has retired.

The six-foot-two, 204-pound Kohlert had seven catches for 77 yards in 15 games last season with the Calgary Stampeders. Kohlert signed with Edmonton as a free agent in February.

The former Saskatchewan Huskie spent his first five CFL seasons with Winnipeg. The Regina, SK product appeared in 100 career games, registering 167 catches for 1,990 yards and nine touchdowns.

(Canadian Press)


Anonymous said...

If only Saskatchewan retained Armanti Edwards in their employ... there absoloutly would be no qb depth chart dilemma moving forward. Armanti would have filled in admirably at the #1 starter job long term with GC Championships on behalf of the Roughriders. It's not too late to rectify this atrocious act of trading him last year, reach out Riders, apologize, bring back Armanti, you'll be glad you did.

Anonymous said...

That may be the most pointless post ever on this blog. First off.. What the hell does Armani Edwards and the Riders have to do with this article? Second.. why the hell would the Riders want him as a QB? Are you jist stupid or high or both