Jeremy O’Day was formally introduced on Friday as the Saskatchewan Roughriders General Manager & VP of Football Operations. He’ll need to dive into things right away with a head ...
As the dust settles on Chris Jones’ departure, the Riders’ coaching search is just getting started. Chris O’Leary considers some of the options in Saskatchewan.
He may not be playing football right now but that doesn’t mean Winnipeg Blue Bombers quarterback Matt Nichols isn’t working on his game or keeping busy with an internship.
Kavis Reed sat down with CFL.ca to discuss off-season philosophies and what the 2019 Alouettes need to build on in Montreal.
The Saskatchewan Roughriders have named Jeremy O’Day the team’s general manager and vice-president of football operations.
Kamar Jorden will return to the Stampeders in 2019 after signing a two-year deal on Friday.
The Winnipeg Blue Bombers have released veteran international linebacker Ian Wild, the team announced Friday.
The Hamilton Tiger-Cats have signed Canadian running back Sean Thomas Erlington to a two-year deal.
The pending free agent list is longer than ever, but the debate starts at the top: Who is the No. 1 pending free agent? More in The Great Debate.
Marshall Ferguson pinch-hits with Davis Sanchez from his European adventure this week, as they break down Chris Jones’ departure from Riderville, J.C. Sherritt’s retirement and the 2019 ...
Matt Nichols chats with members of the Winnipeg while in town for an off-season engagement.
Because nothing says lacrosse like a beach night featuring your favourite former Riders quarterback.
Adam Bighill signed a three-year contract extension with the Bombers but that isn’t the only team he’s a part of in Winnipeg. CFL.ca’s Don Landry explains.
A quartet of Canadians are set to participate in American scouting bowls this weekend.
National kicker Hugh O’Neill has signed on to stay with the Edmonton Eskimos through 2020.
The Winnipeg Blue Bombers have inked the reigning Most Outstanding Offensive Lineman, Stanley Bryant, to a one-year extension.
After going from first to worst in 2018, the Argos are hoping for a quick return to the top under guidance from new head coach Corey Chamblin.
With Chris Jones NFL-bound, the rumours are already running rampant as the Riders look to replace their coach and GM. More in the latest Checking Down.
Reflecting on the time the Grey Cup visited Chris Jones in his hometown of South Pittsburg, Tennessee.
On Tuesday, after announcing he’s played his last game, Esks linebacker J.C. Sherritt opened up to the city of Edmonton, the organization and the fans.
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