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Pundits picking Bombers; real experts not so sure
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CFL moves up Roughriders/Tiger-cats game so fans can watch Raptors, too
FRANK ZICARELLI: Fogg rolls into Toronto as veteran DB gets a fresh start
The only CFL home Kevin Fogg knew was Winnipeg, where he lined up in the Blue Bombers’ secondary and on the team’s return unit. Signed by the Argonauts as a free agent in the off-season, Fogg, not surprisingly, has been forced to ...
Be Like Bo: Stampeders back-up Arbuckle learning from the CFL's best
What do Jared Goff, Patrick Mahomes and Nick Arbuckle have in common? All three former NCAA Division I quarterbacks were among the top-10 in passing yards in 2015, which is some impressive company for the Calgary Stampeders back-up pivot. Mahomes ...
Stampeders Notebook: Clarke, Paull first female officials to work a CFL game in historic night, decisions to be made, Orimolade timeline for return unclear
It was a historic night at McMahon Stadium on Friday. Emily Clarke and Georgina Paull became the first female officials to work a Canadian Football League game, calling the Calgary Stampeders’ 37-1 victory over the visiting Saskatchewan ...
Thick smoke sends Edmonton Eskimos training camp indoors
The Edmonton Eskimos were looking for a smoking-hot start to the 2019 Canadian Football League season, but this wasn’t exactly what they had in mind. A day after the province doubled down with declarations of both a public emergency and a ...
Vets not taking anything for granted as Redblacks head into first pre-season game
Kevin Brown and R.J. Harris are two of those “been there, done that” guys on the Ottawa Redblacks roster. Both were key contributors to a 2018 team that advanced to the Grey Cup before falling 27-16 to the Calgary Stampeders. Harris, a ...
Rookie running backs ready for first pre-season test with Roughriders
SASKATOON, Sask.— Jamal Morrow and James Butler have spent the majority of Saskatchewan Roughriders training camp running in the shadows of the team’s veteran tailbacks. The international rookies are trying to crack the active roster ...
Kilgore scores both Eskimos touchdowns in pre-season debut
There’s not a lot in the way of room for movement on the quarterback depth chart here in Edmonton Eskimos training camp. After all, the same day they lost Mike Reilly in free agency, they turned around and signed his replacement, Trevor ...
They call him Diesel: Redblacks' Shaheed Salmon likes to hit hard
Many years ago, Shaheed Salmon got tagged with the nickname Diesel. It seemed like a fitting thing to call a player who liked nothing better than to smack opponents around on the football field. “I got the name from hitting people hard ...
Saskatchewan Roughriders receiver Paul McRoberts draws inspiration from adversity
SASKATOON , Sask.— Paul McRoberts overcame a series of tragedies before making his way to the Saskatchewan Roughriders’ training camp. The international receiver was nine when a massive heart attack claimed the life of his father, Paul ...
CFL training camp: Roughriders see value in bringing in local junior-aged players
Colton Holmes will have stories to tell someday, even if he never plays in the Canadian Football League. The Saskatoon Hilltops junior player will be able to share his Saskatchewan Roughriders training camp experience with his own children or ...