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Saying Goodbye: Durant packing up and moving on from Riderville

Supernatural Adekolu: Lions’ receiver getting air time

With an appearance on the show Supernatural, Lions receiver Stephen Adekolu is getting a little ...

Ticats’ new receiving duo hasn’t missed a beat

After years apart after playing together in college, Kevin Elliott and Brian Tyms reunite in ...

Chamblin: New role ‘better than being a head coach’

At first, Corey Chamblin wanted to be the Argos’ head coach. In the end, things turned ...

Argos know what to expect under Trestman

While Marc Trestman hasn’t coached in the CFL in five years, the Argos have an idea of ...

Comeback Kid: Roosevelt eyeing ‘even better’ 2017

After being sidelined with a knee injury in 2016, Saskatchewan Roughriders receiver Naaman ...

Vince Young is focused on the task at hand

Vince Young is adamant that his road from the NFL to the CFL is a one-way street — at least for ...

Jackson ready to write new story in Montreal

Ernest Jackson signed with the Alouettes after becoming a free agent in 2017 and is looking ...

Same position, new chapter for fast-emerging Brady

What’s old is new again for Marcus Brady, who enters a new chapter in his coaching career ...

Miles: ‘Bomber blood runs in our family’

As soon as he was released by the Argos, Thomas Miles was certain he wanted to be a Bomber.

Harris: REDBLACKS will have a new personality in 2017

The defending Grey Cup Champions will have a different personality in 2017, starting with their ...

Gale Force: No shortage of mentors for Stamps’ new pivot

Now on his fourth team in five years, Mitchell Gale sees Calgary as another chance to learn ...

Riders’ LaBatte eagerly awaits return in 2017

After missing most of the 2016 season, Brendon LaBatte is feeling good and can’t wait to ...

Lions’ Ainsworth has big plans after lost season

After signing with his hometown Lions, Dylan Ainsworth is ready to get back on the field and ...

From Basketball to Football: Muamba’s journey to Riderville

Henoc Muamba’s journey to Riderville all started when he joined the basketball team in ...

‘Opportunity’ brings LeFevour to the ‘Peg

For the Bombers’ newest addition Dan LeFevour, it’s not about where he’s ...

DeVier Posey: My National Signing Day

In his own words, Toronto Argonauts receiver DeVier Posey tells the story of how National ...

McMaster receiver a future Fantuz in training

As they plan an off-season meeting, Ticats’ receiver Andy Fantuz and McMaster’s ...

Memory Lane: 2012 Canadian national junior team takes over Austin, TX

Take a trip down memory lane to 2012 as we take a look at Montreal Alouettes defensive ...

Top of His Game: This is the fitting time and place for Henry to exit

To know just exactly what Henry Burris has meant to the city of Ottawa, it quickly becomes ...
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