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Toronto Argonauts quarterback Cleo Lemon runs the ball against Winnipeg Blue Bombers linebacker Joe Lobendahn (R) during the first half of their CFL football game in Toronto July 23, 2011. The Calgary Stampeders have signed CFL veteran linebacker Joe
Calgary Stampeders head coach and general manager John Hufnagel has nine picks to work with in the CFL draft next week. Go back 24 months to the 2010 Canadian Football League draft and inspect the Calgary Stampeders' selections that day. You'll find
EDT Last updated Wednesday, Apr. 25, 2012 11:05AM EDT First, the Winnipeg Blue Bombers lost defensive lineman Doug Brown to retirement. Now, the Canadian Football League team is losing one of its top offensive linemen.
It looks like Alex Brink will remain a part of the Winnipeg Blue Bombers quarterback stable for the 2012 season. The former Washington State standout has agreed to terms on a contract with the club, sources confirmed Saturday. The deal still needs to
The Winnipeg Blue Bombers have re-signed import quarterback Joey Elliott. The 25-year-old backup was scheduled to become a free agent on Feb. 16. Joey is an athletic quarterback with great potential in this league, said general manager Joe Mack. He
The Edmonton Eskimos' 4-0 start to the season has been a surprise to many CFL pundits but it shouldn't come as a shock that Fred Stamps is leading way. The veteran slotback had five catches for 161 yards and two touchdowns to lead Edmonton to a 24-10
EDT Versatile Markus Howell retired Monday after 11 seasons in the CFL. Howell played receiver, defensive back and special teams for three clubs during his career. He was originally drafted in 2000 by the Winnipeg Blue Bombers and spent five seasons
The Calgary Stampeders have lost another defensive starter to the National Football League. Defensive tackle Tom Johnson, a West Division all-star last season, has come to terms on a three-year contract with the New Orleans Saints, a deal that with
After two weeks of training camp, a perfect scenario for a Canadian Football League head coach would be to be in a position to scratch out a 42-man roster for opening night with no nagging doubts that he made the wrong decision on his final cuts.
On the eve of their 2010 training camp kicking off Sunday morning, the Calgary Stampeders have been dealt another roster challenge by a retiring player. And this one came shockingly out of the blue for coach and general manager John Hufnagel on