CFL mourns the passing of Bernie Custis

The Canadian Football League is mourning the death of a trailblazer as Bernie Custis has passed away at the age of 88.

Riders’ Best retires after 10 CFL seasons

Long-time Saskatchewan Roughrider Chris Best has announced his retirement after 10 CFL seasons.

Als acquire Simmons in swap with Ticats

Tackle Brian Simmons and defensive back Ethan Davis are trading places following a trade by the Alouettes and Ticats on Thursday.

Rumours swirling as Argos GM/coach search continues

As the search for the Argos next head coach and general manager continue, so too do the rumours as to who the potential candidates could be.

Riders’ new tackle Dennis has found his calling

Derek Dennis’ path to pro football was never cut and dried. Now, though, the 341-pound offensive lineman feels he’s where he needs to be.

New additions mean endless possibilities for Lions’ OC

With Chris Williams added to the lineup, there will be no shortage of possibilities for Lions’ offensive coordinator Khari Jones.

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.

From Basketball to Football: Muamba’s journey to Riderville

Henoc Muamba’s journey to Riderville all started when he joined the basketball team in high school. takes a look at how his switch to football lead him to the NFL.

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. lists the players who will become CFL free agents should they not re-sign with their current ...

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 ...
Fan Poll
Great Debate: Who has the most dangerous receiving corps in the CFL?
BC (Arceneaux, Williams, Burnham, etc.)
Saskatchewan (Carter, Roosevelt, Bagg, Owens, etc.)
Ottawa (Ellingson, Spencer, Sinopoli, Shaw)