Discussion in 'Calgary Stampeders Talk' started by Madman, Jan 16, 2014.
Jamar Wall has been re-signed by the Stampeders.
Official Stampeders Release
STAMPS RE-SIGN JAMAR WALL
Calgary Stampeders head coach and general manager John Hufnagel is pleased to announce the re-signing of import defensive back Jamar Wall. As per team policy, terms of the agreement were not disclosed.
Wall, who had been eligible to become a free agent on Feb. 15, was the Stampeders’ co-leader with four interceptions in 2013 despite playing just 12 regular-season games. In his second season with the team, Wall recorded 41 tackles, two pass knockdowns and two fumble recoveries. On special teams, Wall blocked a punt during an Oct. 18 game in Edmonton, recovered the loose ball and carried it 19 yards for a touchdown.
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Wall's deal is for 2 years plus an option.
These media tweets have got to be playing real havoc with the "club's policy" to refrain from disclosing the terms of the agreement.
We were almost always left to guess how long the contract was for.
With the advent of social media, not anymore.
Now we're only left to wonder what the salary is.
At least, that is, until Bronko weighs in....
An "adequate" resigning, but Mr. Wall needs to show some significant improvement, IMO, this year. The DBs were inconsistent in 2013.
(It is my understanding that Mr. Bennett is also close to resigning? After a very impressive start to the year, his play deteriorated as the season unfolded, as well.)
I agree with Seeker1 that a lot of time and it showed in the western final they played way to soft and non aggressive to my liking anyway. Maybe it was the defense employed by the coaches but that needs to change.
Not to disagree at all, but let's face it: the entire team played "way too soft" in the WTF.
As in "soft in the head"!
A ridiculously inept performance out of almost all of 'em!
Man, we really could have used the leadership of a Nik Lewis that day...