Followed up his first 1,000-yard receiving season with another in 2016, finishing with 1,036 yards and four touchdowns on 90 receptions … Was named Top Canadian in the Grey Cup game … Had a season-high 157 yards on five receptions in Saskatchewan on July 22.
Thrived in move to inside receiver in 2015, contributing 86 receptions for 1,035 yards and three touchdowns as the Redblacks became only the third CFL team to have four receivers each hit the 1,000-yard milestone … Scored first touchdown as a REDBLACK in July 4 win against B.C., finishing game with 99 yards on nine receptions … Had three 100-yard games … Received Syl Apps Athlete of the Year Award from the Ontario Sports Hall of Fame … Selected in the fourth round (29th overall) of the 2011 CFL Draft … signed with Calgary on May 20, 2011 … Made CFL debut July 1, 2011 vs. Toronto … Played first game as a receiver, July 12, 2013 vs. Montreal.
Sinopoli played at the University of Ottawa for four seasons and won the 2010 Hec Crighton award as the top player in Canadian university football in 2010. He led the country in all major passing categories including touchdowns (22), yards (2,756), yards per game (344.5) and completions (184) and established school single-season records for attempts, completions, passing yards and touchdowns. Sinopoli also led the Gee-Gees in rushing in 2010 with 534 yards on 42 carries, an average of 12.7 yards per carry. He recorded three 400-yard games including a 451-yard effort against Toronto in which he completed 32 of 43 passes and threw for four touchdowns.