One day after getting just eight touches in a season-ending loss, Joffrey Reynolds simply couldn't hide the way he felt.
"I felt like a sixth offensive lineman," snapped the star running back, virtually ignored by the coaching staff once again.
"Eight touches and a couple in short yardage situations ... very disappointing. I would love to definitely tell you what I think of it, but what I think or say doesn't matter. I don't get any explanations. I think this year has been far worse than it has in the past."
Punctuating a season in which the highly-respected rusher was largely left out of the Stamps offence again, Reynolds bit his lip when asked if he felt it was finally time to ask for a trade.
"I don't know at this point if that's the route to go," said Reynolds, who had three catches for 26 yards and five rushes for 11 yards in Sunday's loss to Saskatchewan.
"I'm going to have to evaluate some things. The game was just the other night so I'm obviously frustrated and I don't want to say anything I don't really mean.
"I've had a lot of success in Calgary and would like to see a Grey Cup come to Calgary. Obviously, in the off-season, there will be changes in coaches and players and, who knows, I could be one of them. You never know. You just have to wait and see."
Surely a mantra he's tired of by now.