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CFL.ca’s top 30 pending free agents

15 hours ago | CFL.ca Staff
With free agency looming around the corner, CFL.ca ranks the top 30 pending free agents.

Checking Down: News and notes from the off-season

January 22, 2020 | CFL.ca Staff
Buck Pierce has been promoted to offensive coordinator in Winnipeg and teams are starting to sign some of their pending free agents ahead of February 11. More in this week’s Checking Down.

The Great Debate: Who is the No. 1 pending free agent?

January 22, 2020 | CFL.ca Staff
The pending free agent list is long, but the debate starts at the top: Who is the No. 1 pending free agent? More in The Great Debate.

O’Leary: Free agents that can get a team over the top

January 21, 2020 | Chris O'Leary
There’s no quick fix in free agency, CFL.ca senior writer Chris O’Leary writes, but the right player can help make a good team a great one.

Lions, Newsome agree to one-year contract extension

January 17, 2020 | CFL.ca Staff
The BC Lions have signed American defensive lineman Jonathan Newsome to a one-year contract.

Checking Down: News and notes from the off-season

January 15, 2020 | CFL.ca Staff
The Montreal Alouettes have a new GM and president, plus the Edmonton Eskimos 2020 coaching staff has been announced. That and more in this week’s Checking Down.

Bates looking to help lead Lions’ turnaround

January 11, 2020 | Matt Baker
Kelly Bates is looking to turn around the fortunes of a BC Lions offensive line that finished with the most sacks allowed during the 2019 season.

O’Leary: Campbell finds a fresh start in BC

January 11, 2020 | Chris O'Leary
Rick Campbell thought he might be out of football for a year when he left Ottawa, but the BC Lions came knocking, CFL.ca’s senior writer Chris O’Leary explains.

Cauz: Off-season departures offer a silver lining

January 10, 2020 | Matthew Cauz
While Reggie Begelton and Tre Roberson are among players getting NFL opportunities, there’s a silver lining, writes CFL.ca’s Matthew Cauz.

Over $4 million invested in amateur football by the CFL in 2019

January 8, 2020 | CFL.ca Staff
Member clubs and the league deepened their commitment to growing the game across Canada this past year and invested over $4 million, it was announced on Wednesday.
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