For all those saying that Durant wants to leave of blew his chance or whatever:[url=http://www.canada.com/reginaleaderpost/news/sports/roughriders/story.html?id=ec1e3c28-48ba-4096-a140-a9d79747a88f]http://www.canada.com/reginaleaderpost/ ... d79747a88f[/url]
I would love to be here. I love the organization, the fans, my teammates. This is the best place in the CFL to play so I would love to be back. But it's out of my hands. It's up to Mr. Tillman and Mr. Hopson if they want me back. I'm definitely going to express to them how much I want to be here. I think you'll see me back in green and white.
"I think whatever situation is best," he said. "I want to be here. Whether it's as a starter (or) backup, it doesn't matter to me. I just want to be a part of this team and this organization. I'm not really focused on where I'm at on the depth chart. I just want to be back and playing in front of the best fans in the CFL."When the 10 year vetran reciever talks about you like this: http://www.cfl.ca/article/corey-s-corner_40505
Winning or Losing in Week 1 has no impact on Week 2. It’s how “YOU? handle the week of practice that will determine your team’s results for the next game. The habits you instil as a player and as a team during practice will not only decide this week but also possibly the rest of the season. It took “Double D? (Darian Durant) 23 weeks last year of continuously getting on me about jogging during practice and giving me different ideas of how to run routes before I understood what he was getting at “PRACTICING GOOD HABITS!? (I like to call them “WINNING HABITS!?)You want that guy on your team. He makes the whole team play better.