With the 2019 CFL Draft fast approaching, Marshall Ferguson breaks down some of the top prospects and who they compare to at the pro level.
This Manitoba Bisons RB has set high standards for himself and wants to be the next Andrew Harris. His journey started at the CFL Combine presented by New Era, and takes a huge next step on May ...
Drafting first overall is never a bad thing, but it’s also anything but a sure thing. With the Argos almost on the clock, Pat Steinberg looks back at previous first overall picks.
After making the jump from coordinator to coach, DeVone Claybrooks can’t wait for the 2019 season to arrive. Matt Baker of BCLions.com writes.
Linebackers Don Unamba and Larry Dean swapped their black and gold for green and gold, signing with the Eskimos as free agents together. CFL.ca’s Kristina Costabile writes.
After 14 seasons and nearly 200 games, official Dave Hawkshaw is ready to take on a new challenge south of the border. CFL.ca’s Chris O’Leary writes.
Modelling his game after a former teammate, CFL Draft prospect Robbie Smith is ready to hear his name called in the CFL Draft on May 2.
The speedy and ferocious defensive end from Laurier looks very similar to his former Golden Hawks teammate; Eskimos’ Kwaku Boateng. Smith is hoping to have similar success early in his CFL ...
Team Ontario hosted its women’s football combine last month in Guelph.
With the CFL Draft only weeks away, CFL.ca’s Marshall Ferguson takes a stock assessment of some of the draft-eligible linebackers and running backs.
In a move that underlines the importance of Canadian players, the Canadian Football League will include territorial picks in next month’s CFL Draft.
The REDBLACKS rebounded from losing Jamie Elizondo by welcoming back Joe Paopao. DJ and Davis assess the hire, as well as look ahead to the upcoming CFL Draft and who holds all the cards.
After signing with Finland’s Kotka Eagles, former CFL receiver Akeem Foster is showing a different side of CFL 2.0. Senior writer Chris O’Leary writes.
Draft day steals can have quite the impact on Canadian content. With the 2019 CFL Draft fast approaching, we look back on some of the biggest steals over the last decade.
Three years after drafting him eighth overall, the Esks’ patience in Tevaun Smith could finally pay off. CFL.ca’s Jim Morris writes.
Nothing was going to keep CFL Draft prospect Zach Wilkinson from playing in the first game of the 2014 season, not even a broken hand. CFL.ca’s senior writer Chris O’Leary writes.
Think you know Canadian football? Correctly predict the first round of this year’s CFL Draft, and you could win $1,000!
As fans get ready to pick their first round mock drafts in a brand new CFL contest, Marsh decided to list some of his most intriguing prospects for the upcoming draft.
Stock assessments continue as CFL.ca’s Marshall Ferguson breaks down some of the draft’s receivers and defensive backs.
Ottawa REDBLACKS head coach Rick Campbell has said that the team’s receivers coach Winston October will call plays in 2019, according to a report from TSN1200’s AJ Jakubec.
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