The Winnipeg Blue Bombers continue to strengthen their roster through free agency, signing defensive end Craig Roh to a two-year deal.
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Terrell Owens, the brash and brilliant National Football League great, will be the keynote speaker at this year’s B.C. Lions’ annual Orange Helmet Awards dinner. 325 more words
Anyone who questions Solomon Elimimian’s commitment to the B.C. Lions should know he’s spending part of his off-season traipsing around the frozen parts of the province, spreading the non-violence gospel of the Be More Than A Bystander campaign. 976 more words
Travis Lulay will be back on the sidelines with the B.C. Lions this coming season.
The Canadian Football League club announced Monday that the 34-year-old quarterback, the CFL’s most outstanding player in 2011, signed a one-year contract to return to the den. 247 more words
He promised to fix the team from the core on out, and B.C. Lions general Ed Hervey is following through on his plan.
For the second time this week, the Lions announced they’d re-signed an offensive lineman. 160 more words
WINNIPEG — The Winnipeg Blue Bombers hired Ryan Rigmaiden as a national scout Friday.
Rigmaiden joins the Bombers after six seasons with the B.C. Lions, the last four as their director of U.S. 133 more words