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Jones doing his best to sell Manziel

Will Johnny be good?

Only if he underachieves, judging by Hamilton Tiger-Cats head coach June Jones’ effusive appraisal of potential CFL quarterback Johnny Manziel.

“I think he’d be the best player to ever play up here,” Jones told interviewers James Cybulski and Davis Sanchez on Thursday. 231 more words

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So much has changed since Nov. 24, 2013

The other day, this grizzled gargoyle of a scribe was reminded of that noted CFL aficionado, Tom Hanks.

Hanks, remember, was among the 44,710 eyewitnesses when the Saskatchewan Roughriders defeated the visiting Hamilton Tiger-Cats 45-23 in the 2013 Grey Cup game. 519 more words

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Tiger-Cats name Jones head coach

The interim tag is off, and June Jones first full season as the Hamilton Tiger-Cats head coach is on.

The club announced on Monday that Jones will lead the team’s coaching staff headed into the 2018 season. 68 more words

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Rick Zamperin: If Ricky Ray retires you can start the Zach Collaros to Toronto countdown clock

The door to seeing Tiger-Cats quarterback Zach Collaros in an Argos uniform next season has opened a little wider.

Fresh off leading Toronto to a thrilling 27-24 win over Calgary in Sunday’s CFL championship game, Ricky Ray is contemplating retirement. 215 more words

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Tiger-Cats Banks "Loyalty isn't always a good thing"

On Tuesday Hamilton Tiger-Cats wide receiver Brandon Banks tweeted out a pair of suspicious tweets from his verified and private Twitter account.

The 29-year-old Banks has spent four seasons with the Ticats and is a free agent. 47 more words

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Spencer Moore wants more than one Grey Cup ring

Spencer Moore enjoyed quite a finish to the start of his CFL career.

Moore was a rookie in 2013, when the Saskatchewan Roughriders registered a landmark home-field Grey Cup victory. 776 more words

Saskatchewan Roughriders

6 Hamilton Tiger-Cats named to East All-Star team

The Canadian Football League has unveiled the 2017 East Division All-Stars, and six Hamilton Tiger-Cats were honoured for their play this season.

They are wide receivers Brandon Banks and Luke Tasker, offensive lineman Ryan Bomben, linebacker Larry Dean, defensive back Richard Leonard, and placekicker/punter Sergio Castillo. 277 more words

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