From the BB website:

Offensive lineman Ryan Donnelly has announced his retirement today after nine years in the CFL, including the last three spent with Winnipeg.

“I’ve enjoyed my time in the Canadian Football League and I’m sad to be saying goodbye,? said Donnelly. “I’ve had a great career full of many memories that I’ll never forget.?

Donnelly signed with the Blue Bombers in 2008 and made 12 starts at either centre or guard during his first two years with Winnipeg before sitting out all of last year with an injury. He was originally drafted by the Hamilton Tiger-Cats in the fourth round (28th overall) of the 2001 CFL Canadian Draft and spent six years with them playing all three positions on their offensive line.

“We wish Ryan and his family all the best and want to thank him for his time in Blue and Gold,? said Vice-President and General Manager Joe Mack.


Not surprising considering he hasn't played much in the past couple of seasons. Good luck with your present and future plans, Ryan.

All the best to Donnelly in retirement. Be well :cowboy: