Play #138: Edmonton challenged believing there was defensive pass interference on their receiver (#87 Walker).
After review the replay official determined the defender’s play on the football did not meet criteria for such a call. Call stands as called, no penalty applied. #CFL
Play #95: Hamilton DB (#25 Rolle) flagged for defensive pass interference. Hamilton challenged the call.
After review, the replay official determined the defender materially affected the ability of Toronto’s receiver to make a play on the football. Call stands. #CFL
Play #26: Toronto challenged believing there was pass interference on their receiver.
After review the replay official determined that Hamilton LB #11 Kelly directly and materially affected the receivers ability to play the football. Call overturned. First down Toronto. #CFL
Play #100: Ottawa challenged that there was defensive pass interference by BC (#20 Lokombo) on their REC (#81 Petermann).
After review the replay official determined the contact on OTT #81 restricted his ability to play the ball. Pass interference called. First down Ottawa.
TORONTO — The Canadian Football League (CFL) announced three fines after Week 2 action on Wednesday.
Saskatchewan Roughriders defensive lineman Makana Henry was fined for unnecessary contact inside the bench area on Ottawa REDBLACKS quarterback Dominique Davis.
Edmonton Eskimos defensive lineman Nick Usher was fined for using the crown of his helmet to make contact with the head of BC Lions quarterback Mike Reilly.
Hamilton Tiger-Cats defensive lineman Eddy Wilson II was fined for a tourist hit on Toronto Argonauts kicker Ronnie Pfeffer.
As per league policy, the amounts of the player fines were not disclosed.
TORONTO — The Canadian Football League (CFL) announced three fines on Thursday after the Division Semi-Finals.
Winnipeg Blue Bombers defensive lineman Jackson Jeffcoat was handed a maximum fine following his high hit on Saskatchewan Roughriders quarterback Brandon Bridge.
Winnipeg Blue Bombers offensive linemen Patrick Neufeld and Sukh Chungh were fined for late and unnecessary hits on Saskatchewan Roughrider players on Sunday.
As per league policy, the amount of the player fines was not disclosed.
TORONTO — CFL Commissioner Randy Ambrosie released the following statement on Sunday regarding the hit on Brandon Bridge during the Western Semi-Final:
“The high hit on Brandon Bridge late in the Western Semi-Final (play 137) was clearly a missed call. Watching this occur, and seeing via the ‘ref cam’ that the on-field referee’s view was blocked, my reaction is we need to look this off-season at allowing the Command Centre to make the call on plays such as this one, clear matters of player health and safety,” said Commissioner Randy Ambrosie. “We need to do more than admit an error. We need to search for a solution.”