Thursday, January 16, 2014

Riders Re-Sign Smith

The Saskatchewan Roughriders announced today that import receiver Taj Smith has re-signed with the team.  Financial details were not released.


Smith (6’1 – 198) will be entering his third season with the Green and White. The 30-year-old Newark, New Jersey native followed up a solid rookie campaign by starting all 18 regular season games in 2013, registering 1,007 yards and seven touchdowns on a team leading 78 receptions. He also totaled 11 receptions for 186 yards in the West Semi-Final and West Final before adding one catch for five yards in the Grey Cup.


The product of Syracuse University will enter 2014 with 125 career catches for 1,697 yards and nine touchdowns in 31 regular season games. He was eligible to become a free agent on February 15th.      


Anonymous said...

Did his court case ever get decided?

Anonymous said...

That would be none of our business.

Anonymous said...

They keep deferring the trial. If he is found guilty, that's unfortunate.

To say he's had a tough haul in the past is understating, and if he keeps his nose clean and continues to succeed here, it makes for a good story.

Anonymous said...

anyone find it coincidental Smith signs at a time when Dressler's status is up in the air. Taman may know something we don't.

Anonymous said...

Did I hear you say Ricky Schmidt signed with Buffalo today?


Mitchell Blair said...

According to RP, he worked out for them but did not sign. He can't do so until Feb 15 like Weston.