RedBlacks Re-Sign Norman, Salmon and Texada
OTTAWA - The Ottawa REDBLACKS announced Thursday that they've re-signed a trio of defensive players for the 2022 season, with linebackers Dwayne Norman and Shaheed Salmon, and defensive back Ranthony Texada extending with the team.
Norman, 26 joined the REDBLACKS for his fourth CFL season, after spending three with the Calgary Stampeders. In a career-high nine games this season, the Jacksonville, Florida native recorded three special teams tackles, and three defensive tackles, along with his first career sack, and forced fumble.
In his sophomore season with Ottawa, the 26 year-old Salmon suited up for 12 games. Hailing from Tampa, Florida, he tallied 12 tackles on special teams, as well as a forced fumble, and four tackles on defence.
Texada's first CFL season saw him appear in three games for the REDBLACKS. The 26 year-old Smyrna, Georgia, product recorded a total of 11 tackles, including a career-high of six against the Montreal Alouettes on November 19.
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