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Montreal Alouettes' Nik Lewis embraces softer side of life, eyes receptions record

CFL record for most career catches
1,029 – Geroy Simon
1,017 – Ben Cahoon
1,006 – Terry Vaughn
977 – Nik Lewis
972 – Darren Flutie… 842 more words


Nik Lewis remembers Ezzrett 'Sugarfoot' Anderson

As soon as news broke that Ezzrett ‘Sugarfoot’ Anderson had died on Wednesday, the tributes began to roll in for the Calgary Stampeders great.

A CFL legend of his stature commands respect, and everyone from Stampeders alumni to CFL commissioner Jeffrey Orridge offered their memories and condolences. 613 more words

Calgary Stampeders

December 2016 - Nik Lewis - Waggle End

The ENTIRE point of the tight-end position is to add BIG bodies to the offensive-line and protection of your quarterback, while sacrificing NOTHING in the way of targets for your quarterback to throw to. 1,720 more words

Alouettes at Tiger-Cats: Five players to watch

Despite losing four of their last five games, the Hamilton Tiger-Cats have clinched a playoff berth with a 7-10 record. The Alouettes are 3-2 under interim head coach Jacques Chapdelaine, but the team is 6-11 and will miss the playoffs for a second consecutive season. 307 more words


Inside the CFL: Alouettes' Nik Lewis remains a force on the field

As a rookie with the Calgary Stampeders in 2004, it was obvious Nik Lewis was destined for greatness in the Canadian Football League. He led the team in receptions, receiving yards and touchdowns. 1,066 more words


Five things we learned from the Stampeders loss to the Alouettes

It’s almost impossible to play ‘careful’ football.

It’s not a sport that you can play while walking on eggshells.

The Calgary Stampeders’ main goal on Sunday in Montreal was to avoid major injury bugs. 578 more words

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Nik Lewis' consistency is the heart and soul of Alouettes

It all came pouring out from Nik Lewis in one swift burst. Perhaps it was simply the adrenalin that permeates following a game, or what he had just accomplished? 915 more words