Tags » Hamilton Tiger Cats

CFL locals Brian Bulcke and Josh Bourke sign with Argonauts

For the second time in three days the Toronto Argonauts grabbed a Canadian Football League free agent with ties to Essex County.

On Thursday, the Argos signed free agent defensive tackle Brian Bulcke from the Hamilton Tiger-Cats to a one-year deal. 526 more words


Stamps make free agent moves, signing Bakari Grant, Taylor Reed

Long before Taylor Reed ever thought about earning a paycheque from the Calgary Stampeders, he was already considered an ally by the entire fanbase and likely more than a few players within the locker-room, too. 683 more words

Calgary Stampeders

Andrew Harris says "my mom's probably more excited than anyone," about running back leaving B.C. Lions for hometown Blue Bombers in free agency

Andrew Harris says his family and friends are thrilled about him signing with his hometown team, the Winnipeg Blue Bombers.

Harris, the B.C. Lions’ 1,000-yard rusher last season, inked a three-year deal with the Blue Bombers on Tuesday as CFL free agency opened. 101 more words

The Fifth Quarter

Blue Bombers sign veteran kicker Justin Medlock

WINNIPEG — The Winnipeg Blue Bombers have signed CFL veteran kicker, Justin Medlock.

The former Hamilton Tiger-Cats kicker was the league’s leading scorer last season with 181 points.  89 more words


Saskatchewan Roughriders re-sign Rob Bagg; John Chick introduced as a Tiger-Cat

There wasn’t much fanfare in 2007 when Rob Bagg and John Chick first joined the Saskatchewan Roughriders.

Bagg was an undrafted national receiver hoping to catch on with the CFL team after four years at Queen’s University. 471 more words

Saskatchewan Roughriders

Tiger-Cats agree to terms on two-year deal with veteran Chick

HAMILTON – The Hamilton Tiger-Cats agreed to terms on a two-year contract with veteran defensive end John Chick on Wednesday. Chick spent six CFL seasons with the Saskatchewan Roughriders before being released earlier this month, along with veteran slotback Weston Dressler. 143 more words