Duron Carter is going back to offence full-time for the time being.
The Saskatchewan Roughriders best playmaker returns to the offensive side of the football after filling in at boundary corner. Nick Marshall has been activated off the six-game injured list one week early after recovering from a broken finger.
Carter has five receptions for 53 yards in six games on the season after recording 1,043 yards and eight touchdowns earning a CFL All-Star selection at receiver in 2017. He has 13 tackles and an interception return for a touchdown plus one knockdown. Potentially more ridiculous catches are coming.
— TSN (@TSN_Sports) July 30, 2017
Marshall was a Riders revelation who won the starting boundary corner spot in training camp and during his first regular season game in green and white he picked off Ricky Ray and returned it for the game-winning points in Saskatchewan’s 27-19 victory over Toronto.