Wednesday, July 1, 2015

Paul McCallum is returning to Saskatchewan

Paul McCallum's lengthy CFL career is coming back to Saskatchewan.
The 45 year old kicker, released by B-C during training camp, is returning to the green-and-white with head coach Corey Chamblin saying after practice Wednesday, it is expected he will handle the placekicking duties Sunday against Toronto.
Chamblin announced Chris Milo has been deactivated from the roster, but he has not been released and that this decision is being made because of concerns he had in the kicking game right from training camp.
Chamblin also said defensive back Tyron Brackenridge and receiver Weston Dressler should be ready to go for the game against the Argos which starts at 1 o'clock at Mosaic Stadium.



Anonymous said...

Scruffy; Kerry, Tino and Paul. Why don't you write a column on Taman's vast network of contacts?

Anonymous said...

I don't have a problem with McCallum coming back. The guy can kick and the numbers prove it. This Early kid is a little green (no pun intended), so if he can work with Paul during the season and get some great advice from him it will be great for us in the long run.

However, I do have a problem with SunserI. What do they see that we aren't with this guy. The game is too fast for him. You can't tell me there aren't other QB's out there we could get instead of hauling his sorry butt off the scrapheap.

There has to be a better option! If there isn't, Craig Smith needs to a better job of finding people to scout for him or Taman has to find a better option than Craig Smith.


Anonymous said...

So what you're saying is I can have confidence when a kicker lines up for a 35 yard field goal that it will be made. HOORAYYY!!

Anonymous said...

Welcome home Paul!
We'll be singing your praises......until your first crucial miss. Hey, you know that! That's who we are! Sigh.

Anonymous said...

TBrack is back? Another guy that goes for the big hit and doesn't use his arms to wrap up. Great!

Anonymous said...

Love the move!