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2 hrs ago | CFL.ca
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6 hrs ago | Star Phoenix
The Saskatchewan Roughriders' playbook was seemingly reduced to a pamphlet Sunday, when the biggest challenge facing the Hamilton Tiger-Cats' defensive crew was to maintain consciousness. Neil Robinson and Delores Wionzek have been travelling to trade shows and sourcing exclusive lines of furniture for the last couple of years in anticipation of opening GA Interiors.
10 hrs ago | The Winnipeg Free Press
The Free Press and TSN 1290 are proud to jointly announce our All-Time Bombers Team as selected by you, our readers and listeners. Over the next nine weeks, we'll present a position each Monday with our panel's choices of the Top 5 Winnipeg Blue Bombers to ever play for the club at that spot.
The Calgary Stampeders beat the Toronto Argonauts 40-33 with a tremendous second half Saturday, but another starting quarterback in the CFL is injured. Trailing by 19 points at halftime, Calgary rallied with four touchdowns and a pair of two-point converts to remain atop both the CFL and West Division standings at 10-1.
Glenn threw for 261 yards and two TDs as the Lions downed the Winnipeg Blue Bombers 26-9 on Saturday night at B.C. Place Stadium. The Lions failed to score a touchdown in their 7-5 win a week earlier over Ottawa.
Winnipeg Blue Bombers quarterback Drew Willy will be examined by doctors in Winnipeg on Sunday as the club attempts to determine the extent of an injury Willy sustained to his right throwing shoulder in a 26-9 Bombers loss to the B.C. Lions here at BC Place Saturday night. Bombers head coach Mike O'Shea said after the game Saturday night that he didn't yet know the extent of the injury, but sources told the Free Press that an initial examination suggested the injury was not season-ending for the Bombers starting QB.
Roughriders running back Anthony Allen, middle, ran for 158 yards and scored two touchdowns in his team's 31-10 season-opening win over the visiting Hamilton Tiger-Cats. Saskatchewan enters Sunday's game at Hamilton with the CFL's top rushing attack this season at 150.6 yards per game.
Toronto Argonauts quarterback Rickie Ray makes a play against Winnipeg Blue Bombers during first half CFL football action in Toronto on Tuesday August 12, 2014. Toronto Argonauts quarterback Rickie Ray makes a play against Winnipeg Blue Bombers during first half CFL football action in Toronto on Tuesday August 12, 2014.
Mike O'Shea is staying on message - completely 100 per-cent on message - as his 6-5 football club travels to Vancouver to face the 6-4 B.C. Lions in what will determine fourth place, and possibly the CFL's crossover playoff spot, in the ultra-competitive West Division. For the Winnipeg Blue Bombers it is always "one game at a time" with no individual contest meaning more than any other.
Saskatchewan Roughriders' Darian Durant on the sidelines while playing against the Winnipeg Blue Bombers' during first half CFL football action at Investors Group Field in Winnipeg, Sunday, September 7, 2014. The Roughriders' Chris Milo deserved more commendation for his efforts in the Banjo Bowl.
The Riders will face the Hamilton Tiger-Cats on Sunday afternoon without veteran Darian Durant under centre. He suffered a season-ending elbow injury in last weekend's 30-24 win over the Winnipeg Blue Bombers, meaning backup Tino Sunseri will start at Tim Hortons Field.
Saskatchewan Roughriders running backs coach Avon Cobourne does a pushup after Rob Bagg shouted to drop and give him one during practice at Mosaic Stadium in Regina, SK on September 05, 2014. Weldon Brown wasn't too interested in history Thursday.
Saskatchewan Roughriders slotback Weston Dressler, laying out for a pass against the Winnipeg Blue Bombers Aug. 31 at Mosaic Stadium, is still adjusting to his return to the CFL. Weston Dressler may have displayed his usual quickness over the Saskatchewan Roughriders' past two games, but he admittedly is still getting up to speed with the CFL team.
The former city entomologist says he's about to throw his name in the ring for the River Heights-Fort Garry council seat occupied by five-year incumbent John Orlikow. Stuart, who worked as Winnipeg's chief bug-fighter from 2004 to 2013, said he plans to register his campaign and submit nomination papers on Saturday, three days before the deadline for council candidates to reserve a space on the Oct. 22 ballot.
The Winnipeg Blue Bombers announced today that they have signed veteran receiver Clarence Denmark to a contract extension. The agreement will keep Denmark in Winnipeg through the 2016 campaign.
The City of Winnipeg's Board of Adjustment recently rejected the Silver Heights Restaurant's bid to keep its patio open. Owner Anthony Siwicki will contest that ruling before city council's appeal committee on Friday.
Updated: Mon Sep 15, 2014 03:22 pm
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