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Tonight, the Winnipeg Blue Bombers will attempt at Stade Molson to go where no Bombers team has gone in 11 years - to 3-0 to start the regular season.
Argonauts.ca Staff TORONTO -- The Toronto Argonauts Football Club is pleased to announce that one of the most accomplished defensive players in team history, DB Byron Parker, will sign a one day contract and retire as an Argonaut.
When you sift through the coach-speak and cliches after a game like the Saskatchewan Roughriders' 48-15 blowout loss to the Argonauts in Toronto on Saturday, somewhere in the middle you will find the truth.
Stampeders slotback Nik Lewis won't suit up for Saturday's game against the Argonauts in Toronto after he took a knee to the head during Wednesday's practice.
With Jon Cornish's status doubtful, it appears as though the Red and White will be forced to venture into Rogers Centre lacking the league's reigning Most Outstanding Player for the second straight year.
But either way, Calgary Stampeders running back Jon Cornish, sidelined by a concussion, doesn't have to look far for advice.
We are headed into the third week of the 2014 CFL season with the 2-0 Edmonton Eskimos and 2-0 Winnipeg Blue Bombers tied for first place in the CFL West.
A football team's depth chart is a fluid thing, as prone to the effect of injury as the seas are to the moon's pull.
Every team faces those obstacles, but they probably weren't counting on losing two of their top offensive weapons after just one week of play.
You'd guess that sister Molly Campbell would drive up from Calgary where she works for the Stampeders and that mom and dad, Louise and Hugh Campbell, would make the trek from their lake location in Idaho.
Montreal Alouettes Chad Johnson is unable to make catch on a pass by Troy Smith against the Calgary Stampeders during CFL football in Calgary, Alta.
Former Montreal Alouettes head coach Marc Trestman can finally take time to enjoy the city he called home for five years.
The six-foot, 228-pound Emry was a full participant Wednesday, which improves his chances of playing Saturday night when the Argos host the Calgary Stampeders at Rogers Centre.
Stampeders' Jon Cornish takes a nasty hit from Alouettes' Kyries Hebert during CFL action in Calgary on June 28, 2014.
Stampeders running back Jon Cornish missed a second day of practice on Tuesday and head coach/general manager John Hufnagel remains uncertain about the two-time rushing champion's availability for Saturday's game in Toronto.
Updated: Sat Jul 12, 2014 03:01 am
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