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Eskimos bounce back with convincing victory over Lions

July 12, 2019 | CFL.ca Staff
The Edmonton Eskimos bounced back after a loss to the Blue Bombers last week, defeating BC and winning the season series against Mike Reilly and the Lions.

Tough Exit: Playoff loss brings end to Buono’s historic career

November 11, 2018 | CFL.ca Staff
After a disappointing 48-8 loss to the Tiger-Cats in the Eastern Semi-Final, Wally Buono has officially coached his last game in the CFL, bringing to an end a historic career.

Morris: Lions eager to deliver another nail in the Esks coffin

October 17, 2018 | Jim Morris
The Lions are looking forward to the opportunity to put another nail in the coffin of the Eskimos playoff hopes, while also strengthening their hopes of moving up in the West.

O’Leary: Western intensity ramps up

October 15, 2018 | Chris O'Leary
Did anyone have this scenario in their preseason picks? CFL.ca Chris O’Leary breaks down a headscratcher in the West Division playoff scenario.

No time for pity: Lions prowl forward

October 2, 2018 | CFL.ca Staff
No time for pity as the Lions will lean on short-term memory, forgetting the loss to the Ticats and moving on to the remaining five games of their schedule.

Former CFL All-Star releases first book

October 1, 2018 | CFL.ca Staff
2x Grey Cup champion Angus Reid has released his first book touching on overcoming the struggles he endured in finding success at the professional level, while also growing as a man.

The Hammer drops on Lions; Ticats win at THF

September 29, 2018 | CFL.ca Staff
The Hamilton Tiger-Cats improved to .500 following a 40-10 victory of the BC Lions on Saturday at Tim Hortons Field.

Landry: Lions, Orange dance on the edge of aggression

September 27, 2018 | Don Landry
Coming into the Lions organization, Anthony Orange knew it was a good match that would allow the veteran defensive back to maintain his aggressive edge.

HOF Profile: Johnson, “It’s just a level of intensity and it won’t be replicated”

September 14, 2018 | Chris O'Leary
Brent Johnson says the level of intensity is something you can’t match in any everyday job as he gets set to have his name enshrined into the Hall of Fame.
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