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Jeff Reinebold becomes new Tiger-Cats Defensive Coordinator 

The Hamilton Tiger-Cats announced earlier Monday afternoon that Jeff Reinebold has been named as the new Defensive Coordinator.

Reinebold has over thirty years of coaching experience in pro football, 13 in the Canadian Football League. 55 more words


'Forever in my heart': Ontario man with rare aging disorder dies at 20

An Ontario man with a rare premature aging disorder, who doctors said wouldn’t live past his early teens, has died at the age of 20. 793 more words


Tampa Bay Storm Sign OL Raymond McNeil, WR Justin Hilton

On Thursday, the Tampa Bay Storm announced two more signings, Raymond McNeil and Justin Hilton. McNeil, a seven-year veteran, now starts a second stint in the blue and gold. 299 more words

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Stampeders sign Rwabukamba

Chris Rwabukamba is not be the biggest name on the list of soon-to-be free agents who spent time with the Calgary Stampeders.

He’ll be back in Red & White next year, though. 127 more words

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Xavier Fulton maintains ties to Regina

Xavier Fulton has moved forward and back since being traded by the Saskatchewan Roughriders.

On Oct. 10, the Riders sent Fulton (an international offensive tackle) and national defensive end Justin Capicciotti to the Hamilton Tiger-Cats for national defensive tackle Linden Gaydosh, international receiver Tommy Streeter and fourth- and seventh-round selections in the 2017 CFL draft. 773 more words

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Was Sunday's Grey Cup game the greatest ever?

“The Greatest Grey Cup Ever” — the story of the 1989 Saskatchewan Roughriders — is incontestably one of the top two books I have written. 556 more words

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Stampeders Grey Cup history

TORONTO – The Calgary Stampeders are looking to climb above the .500 mark.

The Stamps split their two previous Grey Cup meetings against Ottawa, winning in 1948 and falling short 20 years later. 1,448 more words

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