Steinberg’s MMQB: A quick resolution

In our last column two weeks ago, we focused on Edmonton’s decision to part ways with general manager Ed Hervey. The main thrust for me was that, yes, the timing of the decision was not ideal, ...

Shuffling the Deck: 2011 CFL Re-Draft

CFL.ca’s resident Draft guru Marshall Ferguson takes a trip down memory lane and re-drafts the first two rounds of the 2011 CFL Draft. With the luxury of hindsight, Ferguson is able to ...

Stop #1: The CFL Visits Our Troops In Ukraine

Brodie Lawson blogs from her trip overseas to visit our troops with CFL players from every club.

For Comparison’s Sake: Projecting Danny Vandervoort

Some compare McMaster receiver Danny Vandervoort to former Ticat Andy Fantuz, but CFL.ca’s Marshall Ferguson sees a better comparison.

Prospect Profile: Kay Okafor’s journey to Canadian football

Kay Okafor left his family and country behind to pursue an education leading him to becoming one of the CFL’s top prospects.

Waggle Extra: SJ Green chats about his trade to Toronto

In an exclusive interview with the Waggle, Davis chats with SJ Green who was traded earlier in the day from the Alouettes to the Argonauts.

New city, same old for Ottawa’s Diontae Spencer

Diontae Spencer will have a few familiar faces in the REDBLACKS’ locker room when the season gets under way.

Ferguson: What should the Bombers do with 1st overall?

CFL.ca’s Marshall Ferguson weighs in on what the Winnipeg Blue Bombers should do with their first-overall draft pick.

Eye on Today: Can the draft provide help now?

Teams will head to the CFL Draft this May with an eye on the future — but which prospects could make a more immediate impact?

Landry: Despite injury, Green acquisition a no-brainer for Argonauts

CFL.ca’s Don Landry weighs in on the SJ Green trade and says that despite giving up a late-round draft pick and the receiver’s recent injury history, the acquisition leaves little ...

Prospect Profile: Robert Woodson following family footsteps

Robert Woodson is hoping to follow in his father and brother’s foot steps and play in the CFL.

Off Season/On Record: Kevin Glenn

CFL.ca’s Brodie Lawson chats with Saskatchewan Roughrider QB Kevin Glenn to find out about his offseason and his return to the Roughriders.

For Comparison’s Sake: Projecting Mitchell Picton

According to CFL.ca’s draft insider Marshall Ferguson, Mitch Picton has the skills to play a long time in the CFL. Will the Regina receiver see his potential?

Bridge looking out for no. 1

The Saskatchewan Roughriders have made some high-profile moves this off-season in hopes of finding a starting quarterback. In Brandon Bridge’s mind, the CFL team already had a No. 1 QB on its ...

Double Blue acquire SB SJ Green in trade with Als

One of the mainstays in Montreal over the last decade is heading to a division rival as the Montreal Alouettes have traded former all-star receiver SJ Green to the Toronto Argonauts in exchange ...
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