RedBlacks Sign Caleb Holley
OTTAWA-GATINEAU - The Ottawa REDBLACKS have signed international receiver Caleb Holley to a one-year deal, the club announced Thursday.
The 28-year-old native of Anchorage, AK is will be entering his fourth CFL season in 2019 after playing three years with the Saskatchewan Roughriders. In 33 games out west, Holley had 109 catches for 1,476 yards and seven touchdowns while averaging 13.5 yards per reception.
The Ottawa REDBLACKS will kick off their 2019 schedule with a rematch of the 106th Grey Cup game in Calgary before welcoming the Saskatchewan Roughriders in their home opener at TD Place. Fans can join Forever RNation today and experience every game at TD Place this season. Details about season-seat membership and the 2019 CFL schedule are available.
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