3 Key Points:
- Fullback Anthony Gosselin signs a two-year contract extension with the Ottawa Redblacks.
- Kicker Jake Domagala also extends his contract with the team through the 2024 season.
- The Redblacks to kick off their 2024 season against the Winnipeg Blue Bombers in June.
Ottawa Redblacks Secure Contract Extensions
The Ottawa Redblacks have been active in ensuring their roster remains strong, with key players signing on for future seasons. Canadian fullback Anthony Gosselin has agreed to a two-year extension, meaning he will remain a valuable member of the team into 2025. Gosselin, drafted second round in 2017, has been a solid performer for Ottawa, amassing 104 yards on 15 receptions and adding a significant presence on special teams.
Gosselin’s Commitment to Ottawa
Reflecting on his time with the team, Gosselin has expressed his dedication to the Redblacks and the Ottawa fan base, known as RNation. His longevity with the team has been marked not only by consistent play on the field but also by affinity for the city and its fans. The Redblacks community can expect Gosselin to remain an integral part of the team’s strategy.
Domagala’s Ottawa Tenure Extended
Meanwhile, Canadian kicker Jake Domagala will stay with the Redblacks through the 2024 season. Filling in for the injured Lewis Ward, Domagala exhibited reliability in his five-game stretch, notably securing a field goal from 46 yards. His path in the CFL, beginning undrafted and including a stint with the Hamilton Tiger-Cats, demonstrates Domagala’s perseverance and development as a noteworthy player.
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