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Saskatchewan Roughriders running back Kory Sheets, right, celebrates with teammate Dominic Picard after winning the Grey Cup after beating the Hamilton Tiger-Cats Sunday, November 24, 2013 in Regina.
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Jim Barker says he isn't losing any sleep these days. Says he's not worried. Says he's not stressed.
The AFC South champions will work out Saskatchewan Roughriders tailback Kory Sheets next week, reports Arash Madani of Sportsnet.ca.
It'd be safe to say 24-year-old Jheranie Boyd's professional football career has had some twists and turns.
No one was more surprised by Jon Cornish capturing the 2013 Lou Marsh award as Canada's top athlete than the Calgary Stampeders running back himself.
Sheets was the second leading rusher in the CFL this past season with 1,598 yards.
The number one topic in the CFL right now, aside from the ever-revolving coaching carousel, is the 2013 Ottawa Expansion Draft to be held on Monday, December 16. Roughriders Assistant GM Jeremy O'Day explained the process on SportsCage, including the situation with the team's 19 players facing free agency this February.
Jun 30, 2013; Newark, NJ, USA; NHL commissioner Gary Bettman during the 2013 NHL Draft at the Prudential Center.
The Saskatchewan School Boards Association has voted to encourage public schools in the province to hang a framed copy of Prime Minister Stephen Harper's apology in public schools.
The guy at back left didn't get the memo: The annual Santa Claus Run fundraiser for Hungarian children appears to be an excuse to run half-naked through downtown Budapest.
Veteran CFL head referee Glen Johnson retired Monday after 24 years as an official to become the league's vice-president of officiating.
Monday, it was announced that the Calgary Stampeders running back was named the 2013 recipient of the Lou Marsh Award, presented to Canada's best athlete of the year.
The Winnipeg Blue Bombers announce today that long-time Blue Bomber linebacker Pierre-Luc Labbe is retiring, following six seasons in blue and gold.
THEY'RE jumping from the Black Bears they knew well to the Lions they know not at all.
SECTION 1 - Cedar Crest hung with reigning PIAA-AAAA state runner-up Cumberland Valley before falling 56-39 in a nonleague game on Friday.