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Jim Morris

Jim Morris is a freelance writer living in Vancouver. He spent over 30 years working for The Canadian Press, where he covered the CFL, NHL and amateur sports while attending nine Olympic Games.

Hoisting Grey Cup a dream come true for Winnipeg-born Demski

November 25, 2019 | Jim Morris
Winning the Grey Cup was a dream come true for Winnipeg-born Nic Demski.’s Jim Morris writes.

Relentless Bombers thrived on being the underdog

November 25, 2019 | Jim Morris
With one game remaining and nothing to lose, Willie Jefferson and the Bombers’ D-line found another gear on Sunday. Jim Morris writes on the historic Grey Cup victory.

Bombers, Ticats adopt Grey Cup curfew to ‘mentally lock in’

November 23, 2019 | Jim Morris
The Winnipeg Blue Bombers and Hamilton Tiger-Cats have both enforced a curfew during Grey Cup Week.’s Jim Morris explains.

Hitting the Books: Collaros makes ‘pretty remarkable’ transition to third offence

November 23, 2019 | Jim Morris
Zach Collaros has had to learn three different offences this season in Saskatchewan, Toronto and now Winnipeg, but as’s Jim Morris writes, it’s been an easy transition for the ...

Bombers banking on slowing down ‘Speedy B’

November 22, 2019 | Jim Morris
Brandon Banks is the most dangerous receiver on the field and as’s Jim Morris writes, the Bombers’ defensive backs want to slow down ‘Speedy B.’

Towering Jefferson poses one-of-a-kind threat

November 22, 2019 | Jim Morris
Willie Jefferson is one of the most imposing defensive forces in the entire CFL, and his efforts were rewarded on Thursday, as he was named the league’s Most Outstanding Defensive Player at ...

Bombers’ O-line ready to bring ‘physical, nasty’ play to Grey Cup

November 21, 2019 | Jim Morris
The Winnipeg Blue Bombers’ offensive line has played physical all year long, and that isn’t going to change against the Hamilton Tiger-Cats in the 107th Grey Cup presented by Shaw.

Harris, Bighill back in the big show eight years later

November 20, 2019 | Jim Morris
Andrew Harris and Adam Bighill won a Grey Cup together in 2011 as members of the BC Lions. Now they’re Blue Bombers and eye the same goal.’s Jim Morris writes.

Morris: Bombers cherishing every moment on road to Grey Cup

November 19, 2019 | Jim Morris
CALGARY — Appearing in a Grey Cup is special for any player, but the 107th Grey Cup presented by Shaw has extra meaning for Winnipeg Blue Bomber slotback Nic Demski. The Winnipeg native ...

Morris: Johnson, Esks scheming to shut down the Banks

November 14, 2019 | Jim Morris
Defensive back Josh Johnson closed out the Alouettes season with a pair of interceptions last week late and now he looks to do the same against the CFL’s most dynamic playmaker.