Started 17 regular season games, West Semi-Final, West Final and Grey Cup…finished with 34 receptions for 430 yards and four touchdowns…added four catches for 12 yards and one touchdown in the playoffs…had one catch for 11 yards in the Grey Cup…was named CFL Canadian Player of the Week in week four.
Started three regular season games before missing the remainder of the season with a knee injury…totaled nine receptions for 69 yards.
Missed the season due to a knee injury.
Rob started in 15 regular season games before missing the remainder of the season with a knee injury. He finished the regular season with 44 receptions for 688 yards and three touchdowns.
Rob started all 18 regular season games, including the Western Final and Grey Cup game. He was named the CFL’s Canadian Player of the Week. He also amassed 3 catches for 73 yards and a touchdown in Western Final and then added 3 catches for 27 yards in Grey cup game. Rob finished his 3rd regular season with 59 receptions for 807 yards and five touchdowns. Rob was selected as the Riders nominee for Most Outstanding Canadian Player.
Dressed in 16 regular season games…started ten regular season games and West Semi-Final as a receiver…made Rider and CFL debut in week 1…had first CFL catch in week 10 versus Winnipeg…finished that game with six catches for 52 yards…had six catches for 146 yards in week 13…finished the season with 22 receptions for 371 yards…was named CFL’s Canadian Player of the Week in week 13.
Spent five seasons at Queen’s University...started seven games in his senior season…led his team and was second in the OUA with 36 catches for 804 yards and six touchdowns…was named a first-team OUA all-star and second team CIS all-star…started eight regular season games and both playoff games at wide receiver in 2006…caught 37 passes for 671 yards and four touchdowns…also had 70 punt returns for 544 yards and 16 kickoff returns for 368 yards.
Rob spends the off-season in Kingston, Ontario with his new wife Kelly where he spends his time training and volunteering for the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation. ..Robb also plays recreational hockey and enjoys spending his free time with friends and family.