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Edmonton Eskimos saying all the right things about Chris Jones

EDMONTON — Chris Getzlaf isn’t deriving any extra satisfaction from the Saskatchewan Roughriders’ struggles this season.

Getzlaf spent the past eight-plus CFL seasons in Saskatchewan, but the team’s new regime didn’t re-sign the slotback after he became a free agent in February. 550 more words

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Bell adds motivation to Riders-Stampeders rivalry in advance of Thursday's game

CALGARY — Joshua Bell added a spark to the rivalry between the Saskatchewan Roughriders and Calgary Stampeders.

Bell, the Stampeders’ starting safety, was responding to a question Wednesday about the importance of quarterback Darian Durant to the Riders. 734 more words

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Nuggets: Roughriders add another backup quarterback to roster

The Saskatchewan Roughriders are still searching for their first victory of the 2016 CFL season after losing 39-36 in overtime on Friday to the host Edmonton Eskimos. 622 more words

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Saskatchewan Roughriders head coach Chris Jones' return to Edmonton was a landmark

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• Chris Jones made CFL history when he coached the Saskatchewan Roughriders against the host Edmonton Eskimos on Friday. Jones became the first person since the league’s inception to coach against a team he had guided to a championship the previous season. 623 more words

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Regina product Chris Getzlaf is at home in Edmonton's Green and Gold

EDMONTON — Chris Getzlaf is comfortable in his new football home.

The Regina product and veteran CFL receiver has adjusted to his first season with the Edmonton Eskimos. 755 more words

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Just another game for former Roughrider Chris Getzlaf

Edmonton Eskimos receiver Chris Getzlaf said Friday’s contest against the Saskatchewan Roughriders was just another game for him, but it’s hard to see how that is possible. 721 more words

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Dan Barnes: Slotback Chris Getzlaf a 'go-to guy' for Edmonton Eskimos if he stays healthy

Chris Getzlaf will stare across the line of scrimmage Saturday at the familiar green and white he wore so proudly for almost a decade. But he won’t recognize half the faces inside those Saskatchewan helmets. 847 more words