Darian Durant shows off his work in the off-season

By CJME News
March 16, 2016 - 10:25am

Rider Nation still has to wait a few months to see the Green and White take the field, but fans can already get a glimpse of the players hard at work.

Saskatchewan Roughriders quarterback Darian Durant shared a video on Facebook of some of the work he's been doing in the off-season.

Durant signed a new one-year deal with the team in the off-season. The renegotiated deal came after two seasons of injuries for the 33-year-old pivot.



Little update on off-season work for Saskatchewan Roughriders fans!

Posted by Darian Durant on Tuesday, 15 March 2016


The North Carolina native hurt his throwing elbow halfway through the 2014 season, only to return for half a game in the 2015 season which saw the quarterback tear his Achilles tendon.

Durant isn't the only player getting ready for the season. New Rider Jeremy Kelley shared a picture showing the six-foot-six receiver towering over Durant.



The Riders' first pre-season game is June 11, with the Green and White kicking off their season on June 30 at Mosaic Stadium. See the full schedule.

Construction on new Mosaic Stadium heads into final stretch

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