Lions release kicker/punter Ty Long

January 5, 2019 | Staff
The BC Lions announced have released placekicker and punter Ty Long to allow him to sign a contract with an NFL team.

BC Lions release statement on Torey Hunter suspension

January 3, 2019 | Staff
The BC Lions have released a statement regarding the suspension of Torey Hunter.

Claybrooks mixes youth with experience by rounding out staff

December 20, 2018 | Matt Baker
When DeVone Claybrooks talks about locking up the members of his 2019 coaching staff, we’re reminded of the brief, yet addicting, obsession with the mobile game known as Brick Breaker.

Lions finalize coaching staff including Nik Lewis, Drew Tate

December 18, 2018 | Staff
A week after hiring DeVone Claybrooks as head coach, the BC Lions have finalized their staff, including several former CFL players.

Lions extend tackle Figueroa through 2020

December 17, 2018 | Staff
The Lions have signed international tackle Joel Figueroa to a two-year contract extension, the team announced Monday, keeping him in black and orange through the 2020 season.

Off-Season Outlook: BC Lions

December 16, 2018 | Staff
With a head coach now in place, the next phase of Ed Hervey’s plan gets under way in his second off-season in BC. More in the Lions’ off-season outlook.

Lions get ‘country boy’ in bench boss DeVone Claybrooks

December 14, 2018 | Matt Baker
Newly-appointed head coach DeVone Claybrooks says he’s a country boy through and through.’s Matt Baker explains.

The Waggle. Ep.137: Argos, Lions get their guy + Claybrooks stops by

December 14, 2018 | Staff
The Toronto Argonauts and BC Lions both announced their new head coaches this week, and we have one of them as our special guest as we talk changes across the CFL.

Washington, Reinebold out as Lions make staff changes

December 13, 2018 | Staff
Days after hiring DeVone Claybrooks as head coach, the BC Lions made several coaching staff changes on Thursday.

Ferguson: Who are the CFL’s three emerging powers?

December 13, 2018 | Marshall Ferguson
If the Stamps falter in 2019, three teams stand out as potential powerhouses for the next five to 10 years.’s Marshall Ferguson writes.