Tentative deal gives Americans incentive to remain with Canadian Football League teams

The tentative agreement between the CFL and CFL Players’ Association gives American players more incentive to stay in the league. According to two sources, the proposed three-year deal includes provisions for Americans to be deemed Canadian after as little as…

CFL, CFL Players’ Association reach agreement on new contract

There’s labour peace in the Canadian Football League. The league and CFL Players’ Association have come to terms on a new collective bargaining agreement. This round of bargaining began Sunday night and Tuesday’s session was the final scheduled face-to-face session…

Collective bargaining talks continue between CFL, CFL Players’ Association

The CFL and CFL Players’ Association are now into marathon bargaining. According to a pair of sources, the two sides met into the night Monday and got a head start on talks early Tuesday morning, with the expectation that negotiations…

Edmonton Eskimos face uncertain start to CFL season as possible strike looms

Training camps across the Canadian Football League are set to open on May 19, but standing in the way is a new collective bargaining agreement (CBA) between the league and its players. Story continues below The current CBA is set…

CFLPA tells players not to report to CFL training camps without new agreement

Contract talks between the CFL and its players have turned ugly. The CFL Players’ Association has instructed its players not to make travel arrangements to attend training camps when they open May 19. READ MORE: Eric Lapointe says his group…

CFL rules committee recommends second challenge for head coaches

If a CFL head coach’s first challenge is successful, the league’s rules committee is recommending he get a second one this season. Darren Hackwood, the CFL’s senior director of officiating, said Friday’s recommendation came the result of commissioner Randy Ambrosie’s…