Saskatchewan Roughriders

First Look: New Era launches CFL team uniforms

11 hours ago | CFL.ca Staff
New Era has launched each team’s uniforms and campaign video for the upcoming 2019 CFL season.

O’Leary: New Era goes beyond the hat with CFL deal

11 hours ago | Chris O'Leary
CFL.ca’s senior writer Chris O’Leary explores how New Era is going beyond the cap with their new deal with the CFL.

The Waggle, Ep. 159: The position battles begin

May 22, 2019 | CFL.ca Staff
Football is finally back! The guys break down some of the key positional battles to watch across the CFL as depth charts take shape during training camp.

Berg vs. Ferg: Which late addition will pay off most?

May 22, 2019 | CFL.ca Staff
With Chris Van Zeyl, Chris Matthews, Adam Konar and Solomon Elimimian all finding new teams, which last-moment addition will have the biggest impact in 2019?

Former Riders coach John Payne passes away

May 22, 2019 | CFL.ca Staff
The Saskatchewan Roughriders and the CFL are mourning the passing of the team’s former head coach, John Payne.

Veteran presence still abundant for new-look Riders

May 20, 2019 | CFL.ca Staff
New head coach Craig Dickenson discusses what he’s seen from some of his new players after the second day of training camp in Saskatoon.

Position Battles: 15 to watch in training camp

May 20, 2019 | CFL.ca Staff
As training camps get under way across the league, CFL.ca looks at 15 position battles to keep an eye on in the coming weeks.

Steinberg’s MMQB: One camp question for every team

May 20, 2019 | Pat Steinberg
In the spirit of training camp, our Monday Morning Quarterback Pat Steinberg offers up one question for every team this season.

Exciting new storylines headline Day 1 of camp

May 19, 2019 | CFL.ca Staff
From highly-anticipated debuts to competitive position battles, there are plenty of storylines to report after training camps opened across the country on Sunday.

Checking Down: News and notes from the first day of camp

May 19, 2019 | CFL.ca Staff
Brandon Banks and Emmanuel Arceneaux both took the field after injuries ended their 2018 season, while Adam Konar and Chris Van Zeyl have found new teams after being released.
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