Canadian Football League commissioner Jeffrey Orridge called the punishment levied this week against Kent Austin “unprecedented.” But Alouettes receiver Duron Carter, who was also on the receiving end of CFL justice this season, said he believes things played out as expected. 907 more words
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TORONTO — Kent Austin won’t be on the sidelines this weekend when the Hamilton Tiger-Cats host the CFL’s top team.
CFL commissioner Jeffrey Orridge CFL fined Austin $10,000 on Wednesday and banished him to the spotter’s booth Saturday when Hamilton (6-7) takes on the Calgary Stampeders (11-1-1) for making contact with an official last weekend. 652 more words
WINNIPEG — The Winnipeg Blue Bombers have traded defensive back Johnny Adams to the Hamilton Tiger-Cats for the rights of receiver Mekale McKay.
The exchange comes just a few days after Adams swatted at a potential game changing fumble against the Calgary Stampeders instead of trying to recover it. 185 more words
The Saskatchewan Roughriders’ short-yardage teams have been a liability for most of the 2016 CFL season.
Those units were critical yet again in deciding the outcome when the Roughriders played host to the Hamilton Tiger-Cats on Saturday. 621 more words
Confident and exciting are two words not often used when describing a three-win team.
The Saskatchewan Roughriders, now riding a two-game winning streak after a 20-18 victory on Saturday over the Hamilton Tiger-Cats, are an upbeat bunch at 3-10 and feel their playoff chances are still very much alive. 705 more words