It appears Tad Kornegay is one player who may pay the price for the Roughriders tough start.
With Saskatchewan at 0-3 out of the gate, the team has placed the defensive back on waivers.
Should a team try to claim him on waivers, Saskatchewan could try and make a trade with the team.
Should there be no takers, the Roughriders will release the seven-year CFL pro.
Based on a tweet sent out on Tuesday night, Kornegay knew that his time with the Roughriders was coming to an end.
"#RiderNation sorry to say but as od (sp) Midnight I will no longer be a Roughrider. On Waivers. I know...#notsmart I wish it wasn't true," read Kornegay's account @Thadito.
A later tweet by Kornegay promised more words, once things become official.
"So with that said about my Waiver....I will wait til tomorrow to air things out lol...if you know me this should be interesting!!"
Kornegay has spent the past five seasons with Saskatchewan. He started his CFL career with the Hamilton Tiger-Cats in 2005.
The Fordham product had three tackles in two games this season.
The Roughriders head to Montreal to take on the Grey Cup champion Alouettes on Sunday.