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Ready for Kickoff: Previewing the 2014 CFL Season

» IT'S BETTER LIVE! Purchase 2014 single game and season tickets by CLICKING HERE has sidleline-to-sideline coverage of every team as the 2014 Canadian Football League season gets set to kickoff Thursday night.  The road to the Grey Cup in Vancouver officially begins at 8:30 pm ET tonight when the Winnipeg Blue Bombers host the Toronto Argonauts at Investors Group Field (TSN).

With the 2014 season just around the corner, presents the 10 players you need to keep an eye on.

With less than 24 hours separating us from kickoff 2014, Jamie Nye is back with another round of predictions, including his Grey Cup champion.

On the eve of the 2014 season, takes a look at the players that burst on to the scene last year and could prove to everyone that we have only seen the beginning.

Why will your favourite team win the Grey Cup? Why won't it? In his return to, Matt Cauz does his best to explain in a way only he could.

With Mike O'Shea set to make his debut,
explores his character, toughness and dedication
to the game through the players and coaches that
know him best...Read More.
Seven months removed from their Grey Cup title at Mosaic,
do the Riders have the pieces in place for a repeat?
Rod Pedersen explains why they may... Read More.'s Don Landry spoke with Ricky Ray who enters
his 12th season with what could be his most versatile
group of receivers and running backs yet...Read More.
Their feet are officially wet as it relates to playing
in a Grey Cup - with a new stadium, new upstart QB
is this the year Hamilton puts it together?.. Read More.
Mike Reilly's contract extension officially signifies the
commitment the Eskimos are making in having him
as the face of the franchise...Read More.
There is no doubting the swagger and showmanship
Chad Johnson brings to the Montreal Alouettes but his
assets don't end there says Rick Moffat...Read More.
New scheme but similar attitude in BC this year -- 
the defence is going to get after it with aggression
acting as their focale point...Read More.
Henry Burris leads an Ottawa squad who will have
the national spotlight on them as they return.  Just 
don't call them an expansion franchise...Read More.
The wait is over, at least for now, in Calgary as Bo 
Levi Mitchell officially takes over under centre for the
Stampeders...Watch Now.
Our resident Monday Morning Quarterback, Pat
Steinberg weighs in on all things pivitol as we head
towards the 2014 regular season...Read More.
Fan Poll
Who will win the 102nd Grey Cup?
1) BC Lions
2) Calgary Stampeders
3) Edmonton Eskimos
4) Saskatchewan Roughriders
5) Winnipeg Blue Bombers
6) Hamilton Tiger-Cats
7) Toronto Argonauts
9) Montreal Alouettes

Game Tracker

ott Ottawa REDBLACKS
tor Toronto Argonauts
ssk Saskatchewan Roughriders
ham Hamilton Tiger-Cats
Friday, Oct 09   7:30PM ET
edm Edmonton Eskimos
cgy Calgary Stampeders
Saturday, Oct 10   7:00PM ET
wpg Winnipeg Blue Bombers
bc BC Lions
Saturday, Oct 10   10:00PM ET
tor Toronto Argonauts
mtl Montreal Alouettes
Monday, Oct 12   1:00PM ET
Fan Poll
Will Jamaal Westerman finish 2015 with the league lead in QB sacks?
1) Yes
2) No