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Kackert's Twitter Takeover

TORONTO – Toronto Argonauts’ running back Chad Kackert spent Tuesday morning interacting with fans on the Canadian Football League’s official twitter feed.

Kackert was inside Canadian Football League headquarters in downtown Toronto and was at the helm of the CFL’s twitter account for over an hour. 137 more words

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Argos Release Etienne Boulay, Add Pair To Defence

MISSISAUGA – The Toronto Argonauts Football Club has announced the release of veteran Safety, Etienne Boulay.

The 29-year old Montreal, Quebec native joined the Argonauts on July 16, 2012 after being released by the Montreal Alouettes on June 15, 2012. 180 more words

Etienne Boulay Home Coming

Etienne Boulay makes his return to Montreal soil on Friday night. Boulay, a former second round (16th overall) draft choice in 2006, spent six seasons with the Alouette organization before being released this June, one day before the teams first exhibition game. 237 more words

Game Previews And Weekly Predictions

Special teams a concern for Argonauts

MISSISSAUGA — An effective special teams coverage unit communicates from within in order to stay consistently solid, Toronto Argonauts special teams coach Mike O’Shea says. But in the last two games of 2012, Argos jerseys have run desperately toward their own end zone as if trying to chase a bed sheet in the wind. 699 more words


Toronto Argonauts add kicker Swayze, veteran defensive back Boulay

MISSISSAUGA, Ont. — Swayze Waters quickly set the record straight.

Following his first workout with the Toronto Argonauts on Monday, one of the first questions the 25-year-old American kicker faced was whether he was named after actor Parick Swayze. 1,160 more words


The Other New Guy

Twitter and the rest of the social media world has been buzzing all day with news of the Argonauts’ new gem Swayze Waters.  And why shouldn’t it be?  152 more words

Étienne Boulay 'eager to get on the field' with Argos

The waiting game is finally over for Étienne Boulay. Following what must have been the longest month of his life, the former Alouettes’ safety potentially has found employment down the road, with the Toronto Argonauts. 640 more words