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1 hr ago | SLAM! Sports
Chris Jones failed to get the Eskimos on the field in time for the national anthem in Ottawa, something team CEO Len Rhodes says won't happen again - ever.
1 hr ago | Brandon Sun
1 hr ago | The Winnipeg Free Press
4 hrs ago | Brandon Sun
He hasn't carried a ball in a game since June. But when his body was idle, Jon Cornish's mind wasn't.
6 hrs ago | Star Phoenix
So Yeon Ryu continued to pull away from the pack at the Canadian Pacific Women's Open by completing another bogey-free round to move to 15-under par going into the weekend.
10 hrs ago | CFRB
From city councillor to commissioner of the Canadian Football League? Speaking with John Moore on Newstalk 1010's Moore in the Morning Friday, Karen Stintz said while there is no offer on the table, the league's top job is one she would "love to have."
15 hrs ago | CFL.ca
There was a first-day-of-training camp feel around the Calgary Stampeders this week.
19 hrs ago | CFL.ca
OTTAWA As a former Most Outstanding Defensive Player in the CFL, it shouldn't be too surprising that Jovon Johnson makes for a grumpy, impatient and uneasy spectator.
Calgary Stampeders' defensive back Quincy Butler gave a lengthy impassioned apology in court on Thursday after pleading guilty to assault causing bodily harm to a city taxi driver in connection with an altercation outside a downtown nightclub three months ago.
After the team's walk-through at Investors Group Field Thursday, Winnipeg Blue Bomber linebackers Rene Stephan, right, and Abraham Kromah do some exercising before hitting the dressing room.
Toronto Argonauts' Cleyon Laing and Ivan Brown hit Edmonton Eskimos quarterback Mike Reilly during first half action in Edmonton, Alta., on Saturday September 28, 2013.
Former Cal QB Kevin Riley talks to Dylan Antone while coaching the Redwood High football team.
When he ran prior to Sunday's game against the visiting B.C. Lions, hope of a return began to enter the equation.
CFL Commissioner Mark Cohon speaks to media prior to CFL action in Winnipeg on July 3, 2014.
CFL commissioner Mark Cohon walks the sidelines during CFL action between the Calgary Stampeders and Montreal Aloutettes in Calgary, Alta., on June 28, 2014.
The Bombers had to play two games within a five-day span last week, with predictable results.
Updated: Fri Aug 22, 2014 11:32 pm
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