REDBLACKS release a trio of veterans | | Official Site of the Canadian Football League
Adam Gagnon Staff

OTTAWA -- The Ottawa REDBLACKS released three players Monday afternoon including veterans SB Paris Jackson, DB Seth Williams and KR Tim Maypray.

Jackson joined the REDBLACKS in the off-season after a solid 10-year career with the BC Lions where he recorded over 5,700 yards and 31 touchdowns on 420 receptions.  He had 6 catches for 34 yards with Ottawa this season.

"I'd like to thank these veteran players for their professionalism they brought to the REDBLACKS and wish them the best going forward," said REDBLACKS head coach Rick Campbell in a statement.

Prior to joining Ottawa, both Williams and Maypray were in the Montreal Alouettes organization.

Fan Comments
Seth is probably going to Toronto or Hamilton, as for Paris his career might be over in the cfl which i am sad to say. Thanks Paris for your time, I enjoyed watching you, hope you find another team soon
August 19, 2014 - 10:06am
Yes but how far do they plan on going without any veteran leadership. Going young is going to only buy management a year because you have to win in this league. Don't agree with the decisions GM Dejardian is making with the limited veterans that the Redblacks have/had. Bad moves!
August 18, 2014 - 10:01pm
als rule
I guess for an expansion team this is NO surprise!!
August 18, 2014 - 7:54pm