DB Imoan Claiborne: Redblacks time has officially come to and end

American defensive back Imoan Claiborne appears to have been released by the Ottawa Redblacks, according to his Instagram.

He got called for pass interference on Bryant Mitchell at Ottawa’s 10-yard line, which resulted in a 36-yard penalty, that led to Edmonton’s go-ahead and ultimately game-winning touchdown on Thursday as the Redblacks fell to 1-6-1.

The 25-year-old was originally signed in February 2016 by the Redblacks. Claiborne played in 12 games making 40 tackles, four special teams tackles and one interception – that came against the Eskimos – during his time with Ottawa.


4 Comments on DB Imoan Claiborne: Redblacks time has officially come to and end

  1. Daaah, we do. Said Kent Austin. “Hey can you block at all? If so you’re starting at Guard next week.

  2. DoubleBlue1873 // August 13, 2017 at 4:51 pm //

    I was at Thursday’s game and thought Claiborne played well. The PI call was very borderline, not blatant. Something else is going on here. No way Claiborne deserves the fall for that loss.

  3. Whats going on is Desjardins must be after Mitchell White who was just let go by the Philadelphia Eagles. Formerly a RB.

  4. Bart Oates // August 17, 2017 at 8:24 pm //

    “God is constantly moving in my life.”
    Sheesh! Don’t they teach jocks anything in college?

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