CFL, Stampeders mourn the death of Tim Petros

21 hours ago | Staff
It is with great sadness that the Canadian Football League and the Calgary Stampeders learned of the death of alumnus Tim Petros. He was 58.

O’Leary: Remembering some CFL firsts

March 26, 2020 | Chris O'Leary senior writer Chris O’Leary looks back at some of his favourite firsts in his time around the CFL.

O’Leary: Under the radar impact players in the West

March 16, 2020 | Chris O'Leary senior writer Chris O’Leary continues to look at under the radar players for the 2020 season, this time diving in on the West Division teams.

NYE: 20 off-season thoughts

March 13, 2020 | Jamie Nye
As the sports world took a step back this week,’s Jamie Nye looked ahead to the coming CFL season and 20 things he’s excited to see.

O’Leary: Is the QB mountain about to get a shakeup?

March 5, 2020 | Chris O'Leary senior writer Chris O’Leary wonders if an influx of new talent will shake up the quarterback landscape in 2020.

Stamps’ Huff ready to take off in 2020

February 28, 2020 | Staff
Stamps receiver Josh Huff has set the bar high for himself in 2020. He wants to be one of the top receivers in the CFL.

The way too early power rankings are in

February 27, 2020 | Staff
The staff got together and verbally slugged it out to come up with its annual way too early power rankings.

No Brainer: Joining Stamps an easy decision for Dozier

February 25, 2020 | Staff
There was no hesitation for defensive back Branden Dozier to join the Stampeders after speaking to the coaching staff in Calgary.

Upon Further Review: Calgary Stampeders

February 20, 2020 | Marshall Ferguson
The Calgary Stampeders have been busy this off-season after failing to make it to the Western Final for the first time since 2011 this past season.

Cauz: A look back at the Stamps’ 14-game win streak

February 18, 2020 | Matthew Cauz
Before the Toronto Raptors took over the longest win streak in Canadian sports history, it was the Calgary Stampeders who sat on top with 14-straight wins.’s Matthew Cauz remembers ...