Winnipeg Blue Bombers has confirm another fantastic potntial star contract extension: coach Mike O’Shea confirm

The Winnipeg Blue Bombers secured the services of Canadian cover linebacker Redha Kramdi by signing him to a two-year contract extension. The 26-year-old Montreal native made significant contributions to the team during the 2023 season, earning a starting role as a dime back midway through the campaign, replacing American veteran Alden Darby.

In the 2023 season, Kramdi played in 14 games, tallying 22 defensive tackles, six special teams tackles, and two quarterback sacks. His performance on the field demonstrated his value to the team’s defense. Originally drafted by the Bombers in the second round of the 2021 CFL Draft, Kramdi has steadily progressed in his career with the team. After playing seven games as a rookie in 2021 and participating in 17 games in 2022, he solidified his role as a key contributor in the 2023 season.

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Despite the Bombers’ 28-24 loss to the Montreal Alouettes in the 2023 Grey Cup, Kramdi started in the championship game. His consistent performances led to the decision to sign him to a contract extension, preventing him from becoming a free agent on Feb. 13.

With this signing, the Blue Bombers have now secured contracts with three of their 36 potential free agents, including offensive lineman Pat Neufeld and defensive end Willie Jefferson. The team’s proactive approach in retaining key players reflects its commitment to building a competitive roster for the upcoming seasons.

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