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Selecting the 2019 CFL All-Free Agent Team

December 6, 2019 | Jamie Nye
Just a few months out from the opening of free agency, Jamie Nye breaks down his picks for the 2019 CFL All-Free Agent Team.

Coaches Rumour Mill: Stamps get a new OC

December 5, 2019 | CFL.ca Staff
The search for head coaches to fill vacant spots has now begun. Here is a look at some of the latest rumours and buzz surrounding who could end up patrolling a different sideline in 2020.

Dylan Wynn is your 2019 Celly King!

December 3, 2019 | Kristina Costabile
As voted by the fans, Hamilton Tiger-Cats defensive lineman Dylan Wynn is the 2019 Celly King!

Reinebold to return to Ticats as special teams coordinator

December 2, 2019 | CFL.ca Staff
Special teams coordinator Jeff Reinebold has signed a contract extension with the Hamilton Tiger-Cats, it was announced on Monday.

Stars Aligned: 2019 CFL All-Stars unveiled

November 27, 2019 | CFL.ca Staff
The 57th annual Canadian Football League (CFL) All-Stars have been named in recognition of the 2019 season’s best performers.

O’Leary: More than meets the eye to the midfield logo

November 26, 2019 | Chris O'Leary
Bruce Simpson has painted the on-field logos for 23 Grey Cups. But on Sunday, something happened he’s never seen before. CFL.ca’s Chris O’Leary writes.

Steinberg’s MMQB: A redemption-themed Grey Cup

November 25, 2019 | Pat Steinberg
For three Winnipeg Blue Bombers, Sunday’s Grey Cup victory was all about redemption, though for very different reasons. Our MMQB Pat Steinberg writes.

Hamilton Heartbreak: Grey Cup defeat a bitter pill for Ticats to swallow

November 25, 2019 | Don Landry
Hamilton Tiger-Cats head coach Orlondo Steinauer was proud of his team after they came out on the wrong end of the 107th Grey Cup presented by Shaw.

Relentless Bombers thrived on being the underdog

November 25, 2019 | Jim Morris
With one game remaining and nothing to lose, Willie Jefferson and the Bombers’ D-line found another gear on Sunday. Jim Morris writes on the historic Grey Cup victory.

Ticats left feeling ‘shell-shocked’ after another Grey Cup loss

November 24, 2019 | Don Landry
CFL.ca’s Don Landry reports from McMahon Stadium where the Hamilton Tiger-Cats were left beside themselves following 33-12 loss in the 107th Grey Cup presented by Shaw.
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