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The former University of Arizona Wildcats tailback has recently bounced between baseball and football like he bounced between defenders during Bombers mini-camp over the last three days at IMG Academy.
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Chad Johnson - the former Chad Ochocinco - attended a camp for the CFL's Montreal Alouettes on Tuesday.
On Saturday, members of the Canadian Football League Alumni Association met with officials from the Lake of Bays Brewing Company at the company's office in Baysville to announce a new partnership between the two sides.
Some neighbours had opposed the new development at Queen and Beech Avenue. Pious citizens looked down on moving picture palaces as vulgar dens of iniquity every since Thomas Edison recorded The Kiss in 1896.
Last Wednesday at the Lion's Valley View Estates in Courtenay, the Comox Valley Monarch Lions Club gave a total of $4,000 to seven organizations.
Investors Group Field has avoided a red card over design problems less than four weeks before a Canada-U.S. women's soccer game.
In news heard around the world last week, the Montreal Alouettes confirmed former NFL Pro Bowl receiver Chad "formerly known as Ochocinco" Johnson will be working out and attending their mini-camp in Florida, which begins today.
Ryan Smith has become the latest player to sign with the Saskatchewan Roughriders as they prepare to defend their Grey Cup title.
The 1989 Grey Cup was the unanimous choice when members of our five-person panel - Premier Brad Wall, Murray McCormick, Ian Hamilton, Kevin Mitchell and yours truly - were asked to rank the top 10 games in Roughriders history.
So much draft talk continues to pile on as we get closer to the 2014 NFL draft. It is almost unbearable at this point.
Calgary Stampeders defensive line coach DeVone Claybrooks addresses 47 players at a Stampeders tryout camp held Saturday at East Jefferson High School in Metairie, La.
When expansion wraps up in 2016 , BMO Field in Toronto will hold close to 30,000 people, a touch under 70% of the capacity of Exhibition Stadium when it was razed in 1999.
According to a CFL source requesting anonymity, Marwan Hage has decided to retire after 10 seasons in the CFL.