CFL mourns the loss of Joe McKnight

The Canadian Football League is mourning the loss of Saskatchewan Roughriders running back Joe McKnight, who was killed Thursday afternoon in Terrytown, La.

A team by team look at 2017 free agency

Free agency is 10 weeks away but with the official list out, what are the implications?’s Jamie Nye takes a team by team look.

Riders’ Craig Reynolds Comments on the Passing of Joe McKnight

Saskatchewan Roughriders President and CEO Craig Reynolds discusses the tragic loss of RB Joe McKnight.

The Waggle, Episode 29: Breaking Down A GC for the Ages

James and Davis break down everything about the Ottawa REDBLACKS’ wild victory over the Calgary Stampeders in the 104th Grey Cup presented by Shaw. With interviews from owner Jeff Hunt, general ...

Argos, Lemon ink extension through ’18

It appears Shawn Lemon has found his permanent CFL home, signing a two-year contract extension with the Toronto Argonauts.

Checking Down: The off-season arrives

With Ottawa’s Grey Cup win now in the rear view mirror, expect plenty of action in the coming weeks as the CFL off-season gets under way.

Desjardins & Campbell Look Ahead to Off-Season

Ottawa GM Marcel Desjardins and head coach Rick Campbell reflect on their Grey Cup victory and look ahead to the off-season, including upcoming free agency

REDBLACKS extend OL Rogers; DL Williams

The REDBLACKS have agreed to contract extensions with SirVincent Rogers and Connor Williams, the team announced Thursday.

Eskimos extend OL Sorensen through 2018

The Edmonton Eskimos have extended the contract of offensive lineman Justin Sorensen.

Ottawa rallies as 40,000-plus take in Grey Cup parade

An estimated 40,000 fans flooded the streets of the nation’s capital on Tuesday to celebrate the REDBLACKS’ first Grey Cup in 40 years.

Mitchell: “Ball Was in my Hands in OT, Just Didn’t Finish”

Stampeders QB Bo Levi Mitchell reflects on a tough loss to the REDBLACKS and looks ahead to the off-season and 2017

Landry: 5 takeaways from the 104th Grey Cup

The 104th Grey Cup was a wild one and after letting it all digest,’s Don Landry has his takeaways from a thrilling REDBLACKS win.

Steinberg’s MMQB: What do we make of the 2016 Stamps?

The aftermath of Ottawa’s triumph in the 104th Grey Cup has made it hard to formulate succinct thoughts. So, instead of fighting it, we’ll just roll with it for the final Monday Morning ...

Red, Black & Grey: Ottawa captures first championship in 40 years

Henry Burris scored five touchdowns in total as the Ottawa REDBLACKS earned a 39-33 win over the Calgary Stampeders in overtime of the Grey Cup.