Bombers’ Denmark happy to be wanted

Patience and loyalty were the driving forces in bringing Clarence Denmark back to Winnipeg. Ed Tait of BlueBombers.com has more.

Free Agent Tracker: See who is staying and who is going

The 2017 CFL free agency period officially opens at 12:00pm ET on Tuesday, February 14, 2017. CFL.ca lists the players who will become CFL free agents should they not re-sign with their current ...

Riders add veteran receiver Bakari Grant

The Saskatchewan Roughriders announced Tuesday they’ve signed veteran receiver Bakari Grant.

Steinberg’s MMQB: A free agency game-changer

Of all the action in the first week of free agency, nothing stands out like the Chris Williams signing. Our Monday Morning QB has more.

‘Opportunity’ brings LeFevour to the ‘Peg

For the Bombers’ newest addition Dan LeFevour, it’s not about where he’s drawn in on the depth chart in February. Ed Tait has more.

Match Maker: 13 potential signings that make sense

Which remaining free agents could fit where? We try our luck with a game of free agent matchmaker.

Rosters Set: CFL reveals list of 2017 Combine participants

TORONTO — The Canadian Football League (CFL) announced that the League will once again host three regional combines with the participating players having one final opportunity of earning an ...

A team by team look at Free Agency

Want to see what your team’s up to in free agency? We take a team by team look across the league.

Offseason On Record: Simoni Lawrence

Brodie Lawson talks to Hamilton Tiger Cats Linebacker Simoni Lawrence about his offseason and what the Ticats recent moves in free agency mean for the team heading in to 2017.

The Great Debate: Which receiving corps is the CFL’s most dangerous?

With the landscape quickly changing, who has the best receiving corps in the CFL? More in the latest Great Debate.

Updated: Could be another week before reported Young, Riders talks materialize

According to player agent Leigh Steinberg, Vince Young and the Saskatchewan Roughriders are currently in contract negotiations.

Canada to host 2017 Women’s World Championship

Canada is set to host the 2017 Women’s World Championship in June.
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