Game 13 Play 126 – Winnipeg Challenged the ruling on the field of a completed catch by BC REC (#88 Johnson). The Command Centre ruled the receiver did not have compete control of the ball before it touched the ground.

Game 13 features two Global players:

🇩🇪: Thiadric Hansen (WPG LB #3)
🇲🇽:Gerardo Alverez (BC WR #73)

Game 12 Play 151 #Redblacks WR (#84 Harris) was accessed a penalty for Unnecessary Roughness, during the review #Stampeders LB (#36 Greenwood) was also accessed a penalty for Unnecessary Roughness.

Game 12 Play 132 Calgary challenged that there was defensive pass interference. After review, the ruling on the field of an incomplete pass stands.

With the FG tonight Lewis Ward extended his CFL regular season record to 49 in a row. Playoff and GC records are separate.

Today’s game features two Global players:

🇲🇽: Andres Salgado (CGY WR #85)
🇲🇽: Jose Maltos (OTT K #16)

Game 11 Play 153 #MTLAls challenged roughing the passer. After review, their was no clear evidence to overturn the call, the call on the field stands.

Game 11 Play 99 Edmonton challenged the spot of the ball. #Esks believed that the QB had gained the yards for a first down. After review, their was no clear evidence to overturn the call, the call on the field stands.

Game 11 Play 95 EDM penalty for Wedge Blocking. This year it is illegal for 3 or more players to align shoulder to shoulder within 2 yards of each other and move forward together in an attempt to block for a ball carrier.

Today’s game features two Global players:

🇫🇷: Maxime Rouyer (EDM #35)
🇲🇽: Diego Kuhlmann (MTL #62)

Today’s game features two Global players:

🇩🇪: Max Zimmermann (SSK REC #86)
🇲🇽: Gabriel Ortiz (HAM K #14)

On Play 71 Saskatchewan challenged the call on the field of an incomplete pass. Saskatchewan maintained that the pass was completed and subsequently fumbled. After review, the call on the field of an incomplete pass stands.

Of the 495 players that appeared on Week #1 @CFL rosters after cut-down, a total of 92 players will be entering their 1st season – that represents 19% of CFL rosters.

For only the 5th time in @CFL history, tonight’s game will feature two 1st year Head Coaches making their debut against one another #CFLgameday

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REMINDER: The @CFL training camp cut down deadline is today at 10pm Eastern.

Tonight’s game features 4 players from @LFAmex 🇲🇽

For the #BCLions
REC #71 Fernando Richarte
REC #73 Gerardo Alvarez

For the #Stampeders
OL #59 Guillermo Calderon
K #71 Oscar Hugo Silva

Play 62 – #BCLions challenge the call on the field of an incomplete pass. After review, the replay official determined BC #19 secured the ball and got a foot down in bounds. The call on the field is overturned, #BCLions gain possession on the #Stampeders 30-yard line.

October 12, 2018

Football Operations Series – Week #17 – Roughing The Passer

Breaking down how a roughing the passer call was assessed and reviewed from week 17.
October 12, 2018

Football Operations Series – Week #17 – Roughing The Passer

Analyzing what goes into a roughing the passer call.
October 12, 2018

Football Operations Series – Week #17 – Holding

Breaking down how officials are assigned to receivers and how it impacts holding calls.
October 10, 2018

Five players fined after Week 17 action

The Canadian Football League (CFL) announced five fines after Week 17 action on Wednesday.

TORONTO — The Canadian Football League (CFL) announced five fines after Week 17 action on Wednesday.

Toronto Argonauts linebacker Jeff Knox Jr. was fined for punching BC Lions offensive lineman Joel Figueroa.

Montreal defensive backs Branden Dozier, Dominique Ellis, T.J. Heath and Jermaine Robinson were fined for an inappropriate celebration following an interception in the third quarter against the Calgary Stampeders.

As per league policy, the amount of the player fines was not disclosed.

October 4, 2018

Six players fined after Week 16 action

The Canadian Football League announced on Thursday that six players were fined after Week 16 action.

TORONTO — The Canadian Football League announced six players were fined after Week 16 action on Thursday.

Hamilton Tiger-Cats Brandon Banks and Jumal Rolle were fined for their participation in a pre-game altercation with opposition players prior to Saturday’s game against the BC Lions.

Hamilton Tiger-Cats defensive lineman Ted Laurent was fined for kicking BC Lions offensive lineman Peter Godber.

Hamilton Tiger-Cats defensive back Frankie Williams was fined for an inappropriate gesture following the conclusion of play #85 against the BC Lions.

The league also announced two additional fines from Week 16:

Winnipeg Blue Bombers offensive lineman Matthias Goossen was fined for a late and unnecessary hit on Montreal Alouettes linebacker Chris Ackie.

Winnipeg Blue Bombers offensive lineman Patrick Neufeld was fined for a late and unnecessary hit on Montreal Alouettes defensive lineman Gabriel Knapton.

As per league policy, the amount of the player fines was not disclosed.

October 3, 2018

Football Operations Series – Week #16 – The Catch Rule

Breaking down multiple looks at the catch rule and how it is officiated.
October 3, 2018

Football Operations Series – Week #16 – Ruled and Potential touchdowns

Analyzing how scoring plays are assessed and automatically reviewed.
October 3, 2018

Football Operations Series – Week #16 – Designated Quarterbacks

An explanation of quarterback alignment and legal formation requirements.
September 27, 2018

Football Operations Series – Week #15 – Blow To The Head

How a blow to the head is officiated with a week 15 example from on-field play.
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