Ottawa Redblacks defensive back Antoine Pruneau inks 3-year extension

Ottawa Redblacks defensive back Antoine Pruneau inks 3-year extension
Ottawa Redblacks defensive back Jonathan Rose (9) speaks with teammate defensive back Antoine Pruneau (6) during a team practice in Edmonton, Wednesday, Nov. 21, 2018.


An original Ottawa Redblack is staying with the team through 2021.

The Redblacks signed Canadian defensive back Antoine Pruneau to a three-year extension on Thursday. In 84 career CFL games, all with Ottawa, the Montreal native has 293 defensive tackles, 54 on special teams, four sacks, eight interceptions, a forced fumble and a touchdown.

Pruneau was picked fourth overall in the 2014 CFL draft after two all-Canadian U Sports seasons at Montreal.

The Redblacks also inked Canadian fullback JC Beaulieu to a two-year deal.

“These are two quality players and people and we’re happy to have them back in Ottawa moving forward,” said Redblacks general manager Marcel Desjardins.

Meanwhile, the Montreal Alouettes announced they have signed eight players to contract extensions.

Linebackers Glenn Love, Kevin Haynes and Paris Taylor, receivers Dante Absher and Ike Lewis, defensive backs Jamal Marshall and Larry Hope Jr., and defensive end Dante Holmes all reached deals with Montreal.
News Topics :
Similar Articles :
OTTAWA Coming off the most lopsided loss in the short history of the franchise, the Ottawa Redblacks will put their resiliency to the test when they take on the...
The Redblacks were able to get away with a 2 16 record last season due to the novelty of their return to the CFL, but there was little doubt that significant...
They believe they have the mettle and resilience to overcome any early season adversity they’re potentially facing. “Desperate’s a terrible word to describe us. Hungry would be a great word. We’re...
The 31 year old native of Burlington, Ont., a CFL East all star the past four seasons, was acquired in a trade with the Montreal Alouettes last July. Bomben played in 12 games...
The rookie Canadian Football League quarterback must get used to reality — one that includes being interviewed the day before games, something he didn’t have to contend with during his...