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Calgary Stampeders work out wildcard offensive line prospect Dillon Guy

If there’s one characteristic normally associated with offensive lineman, it’s toughness in the trenches.

The reason Dillon Guy is a wildcard heading into the 2016 CFL Draft is also the same play he’s showing teams as an example of that toughness. 820 more words

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Top 50 All-Time CFL Nationals: #20-16

#20. Bob Cameron, P, Acadia

Ancaster, Ontario

1977-1979 Edmonton Eskimos, 1980-2002 Winnipeg Blue Bombers

A former Hec Creighton trophy winner at quarterback, Bob Cameron became the CFL’s iron man at punter. 291 more words

What is Blood, Sports and Politics ?

Growing up in a small Canadian town I enjoyed watching and playing sports.  I spent many years playing and watching hockey, football and baseball.  When the Toronto Raptors were born I became a basketball fan.   201 more words


Top 50 All-Time CFL Nationals: #30-26

#30. Terry Evanshen, WR, Utah State

Montreal, Quebec

1965 Montreal Alouettes, 1966-1969 Calgary Stampeders, 1970-1973 Montreal Alouettes, 1974-1977 Hamilton Tiger Cats, 1978 Toronto Argonauts

The East Division’s Rookie of the year in 1965, Terry Evanshen put together an incredible career that included six Divisional All-Star selections, one CFL All-Star selection, two Most Outstanding Canadian Awards and a Grey Cup Championship. 272 more words

Edmonton Eskimos lineman Brian Ramsay decides to call it a career

While the Edmonton Eskimos are holding a mini-camp in Florida this weekend for free agents looking to break into the CFL, one veteran offensive lineman is crossing the finish line of his career path. 893 more words


Top 50 All-Time CFL Nationals: #35-31

#35. Ken Charlton, RB/DB/K, Regina Juniors

Regina, Saskatchewan

1941 Saskatchewan Roughriders, 1942 Winnipeg RCAF Bombers, 1943 Regina All Services All-Stars, 1945-1947 Ottawa Rough Riders, 1948-1954 Saskatchewan Roughriders… 420 more words

CFL mini-camp season in full swing

Some call it a mini camp.

Or maybe it’s a rookie camp.

Could be a free-agent camp, too.

But the different names aren’t the only dissimilarity in the off-season activities run by the nine CFL franchises each spring. 1,258 more words