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Light workload expected for Jerome Messam during pre-season

Even if Jerome Messam doesn’t get a single touch in the Calgary Stampeders’ pre-season opener next Tuesday, nobody should read much into it.

The plan for training camp and pre-season was always to give Messam a slightly lighter load, and there’s no shortage of options at running back for the Stampeders to explore. 513 more words

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Nine Calgary Stampeders get CFL All-Star nods

It won’t help ease the pain of losing the Grey Cup, but nine Calgary Stampeders were named to the 2016 CFL All-Star Team.

The nine all-stars represent a new franchise record for the Stamps, whose previous high came in 2010 when the team had eight players named to the league’s all-star team. 443 more words

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Tuesday Morning QB (104th Grey Cup)

There was little question heading into the 104th Grey Cup in Toronto that the Calgary Stampeders were going to walk away as the champions.

It seemed almost like everyone else was just waiting for the new season to start with plenty of questions heading into the off-season. 893 more words


Calgary Stampeders react to Grey Cup loss on social media

TORONTO – There’s always next year, right?

That’s what Calgary Stampeders fans and players will surely be repeating to themselves in the wake of Sunday’s heartbreaking 39-33 loss to the Ottawa RedBlacks in Sunday’s Grey Cup. 561 more words

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Stampeders head coach regrets fateful call in Grey Cup

The blueprint should have been thrown out two years ago.

It didn’t work then. And it doesn’t work now.

The Seattle Seahawks were poised to win Super Bowl XLIX, facing a second and goal from the one-yardline with 26 seconds remaining. 742 more words

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Ottawa Redblacks stun Calgary Stampeders to win 104th Grey Cup

Few gave the Ottawa Redblacks a chance in the 104th Grey Cup, but after four quarters and overtime, Ottawa defeated the heavily favoured Calgary Stampeders 39-33. 596 more words


Calgary Stampeders' Dave Dickenson to be questioned on Grey Cup decision

Calgary Stampeders rookie head coach Dave Dickenson pressed all the right buttons during his team’s remarkable CFL season.

He led Calgary to a CFL-best 15-2-1 mark, the 15 victories a single-season league record for a first-year head coach. 735 more words