CFL lays out best case scenario for 2020 season

CFL commissioner Randy Ambrosie announced Wednesday the earliest the league could start the 2020 regular season is September. As Kevin Karius explains, if it does go ahead then the team that qualifies for the Grey Cup and has a better…

Rick Zamperin: CFL’s 2020 season, if it happens, will be like no other

We all knew that the 2020 Canadian Football League season would look a lot different than past years due to the COVID-19 pandemic. On Wednesday afternoon, CFL commissioner Randy Ambrosie delivered a statement that outlined the league’s plan for a…

The People of Sports: Keeping the Eskimos wheels turning from behind the scenes

Nick Pelletier moved from Hamilton to Edmonton for a community relations job with the Eskimos. Since then, he’s continued to move up the ranks, to the assistant director of football operations, and just last August added scout to his title.…

Blue Bombers fan fulfills promise, wears pants for 1st time in 18 years after Grey Cup win

Posted November 26, 2019 12:30 am Smaller font Descrease article font size –A Larger font Increase article font size A+ A Winnipeg Blue Bombers fan can finally wear pants for the first time in 18 years after his team won…

Blue Bombers fan, who won’t wear pants until they win, touches down in Calgary for Grey Cup

A Winnipeg Blue Bombers fan who has been wearing shorts since he promised friends he wouldn’t wear pants until the Bombers win the Grey Cup touched down in Calgary for the game on Sunday. READ MORE: Blue Bombers fan hopes…

Franchise sales, CFL 2.0 top of mind during commissioner Randy Ambrosie’s state-of-the-league address

CFL commissioner Randy Ambrosie was long on optimism for the league’s future Friday, but short on substance regarding cures for what ails it. Related News Ambrosie held a wide-ranging discussion with reporters in his third state-of-the-league address. He gushed about…