Caleb Evans

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Totally shut down in loss
QBOttawa
October 12, 2021
Evans completed 13 of his 25 passing attempts for 125 yards, no touchdowns and one interception in Monday's 20-16 loss to Montreal. He added 64 yards on five carries.
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Evans was sacked twice to open the game, a sign of the way the rest of the day would go for him and the Ottawa offense. He'd end up getting taken down for five sacks in the contest and was thoroughly contained through the air. Dominique Davis (hamstring) and Matt Nichols (shoulder/neck) are still out for a few more games, so Evans still has time to right the ship, starting in a Week 12 home rematch against Montreal.
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Tosses two pick-sixes in loss
QBOttawa
October 7, 2021
Evans completed 23 of his 41 passing attempts for no touchdowns and three interceptions in Wednesday's 35-16 loss to Toronto. He also rushed six times for 54 yards
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Three TDs in spot start
QBOttawa
September 29, 2021
Evans completed 15 of 22 passes for 191 yards with three touchdowns and no interceptions in the Redblacks' 34-24 win over the Elks on Tuesday night. He also rushed seven times for 59 yards.
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Getting start Tuesday
QBOttawa
September 27, 2021
Evans is listed as the starting quarterback for Tuesday's game against Edmonton.
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Placed on practice roster
QBOttawa
August 27, 2021
Evans (undisclosed) has been taken off the team's injured list and placed on the practice roster ahead of Saturday's game against the Lions.
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Unavailable Saturday
QBOttawa
Undisclosed
August 20, 2021
Evans was placed on the one-game injured list ahead of Saturday's game against Saskatchewan.
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