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Tiger-Cats fined for exceeding CFL salary cap

TORONTO — The Hamilton Tiger-Cats were the lone team to exceed the CFL’s $5-million salary cap last season.

The league announced Thursday the Ticats finished $8,939 over the cap, earning them a $8,939 fine, or $1 for each dollar they were over. 185 more words


Redblacks, seven others under CFL salary cap in 2014

The Ottawa Redblacks and seven other Canadian Football League teams stayed under the salary cap in 2014, the league announced Thursday.

Only the Hamilton Tiger-Cats exceeded the cap, and their dollar-for-dollar fine will be just $8,939. 165 more words

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Local football hero's fall ends behind bars

Windsor native Mark Dennis was a man people trusted.

As a financial adviser in Hamilton, he used his outgoing personality and name recognition as a former football star for the CFL’s Tiger-Cats to attract clients who had large chequebooks. 1,339 more words


It’s Time to Climb

May is always such a perfect time of year to get outside and enjoy the many trails and walk ways in the city of Hamilton. It’s not too hot, not too cold and unless you are walking on the Chedoke stairs- not too crowded! 598 more words


Loss of Delvin Breaux huge for Hamilton Tiger-Cats

Almost two months since his departure, Delvin Breaux continues to cast a huge shadow over the Hamilton Tiger-Cats’ secondary.

In just two seasons, the six-foot-one, 196-pound Breaux established himself as one of the CFL’s top cornerbacks. 570 more words


Alouettes sign QB LeFevour, slotback Lewis

It is becoming increasingly clear this winter the Alouettes have identified the need to improve offensively. That, in itself, is hardly earth-shattering news. This is a team that often required a map to find the end zone last season. 902 more words

Montreal Alouettes

Montreal Alouettes sign veteran defensive backs Thompson, Williams

MONTREAL — The Montreal Alouettes signed veteran international defensive backs Chris Thompson and Rod Williams to one-year contracts Friday.

The six-foot, 200-pound Thompson is entering his eighth CFL season, having played five years with the Edmonton Eskimos and two with the Hamilton Tiger-Cats. 48 more words