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THIS WEEK IN THE CFL – WEEK 13
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Where are They Now

September 19, 2017 Rob Vanstone, Regina Leader-Post Former Saskatchewan Roughriders running back Kory Sheets still plays a key role in successful drives. He is an Uber driver. “It’s such a great business model — get people where they need to be safely,” Sheets says from Land O’ Lakes, Fla. “And they do it for a […]

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Where Are They Now?: Roughriders days were ‘best years’ of Kory Sheets’ life

September 8, 2017 Herb Zurkowsky, Montreal Gazette “I always had plans for (Simon)” said Wally Buono, the Lions’ GM and head coach who traded Simon to Saskatchewan in 2013, his final season as a player. B.C. Lions’ Geroy Simon catches a pass for a first down as Calgary Stampeders’ Quincy Butler looks on during the […]

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Inside the CFL: Geroy Simon learns front office ropes from a master

September 7, 2017 Justin Dunk -3Down Nation Marcus Crandell was selling insurance in St. Albert, Alberta when Scott Flory linked up on LinkedIn. A former Saskatchewan Roughriders quarterback, Crandell joined the Riders coaching staff under Ken Miller in 2009, then moved onto stints with the Edmonton Eskimos and Ottawa Redblacks. But for the last two […]

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Former Riders QB Marcus Crandell making impact as coach in Saskatchewan
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Alumni Stories

September 18th, 2017 Scott Radley – Hamilton Spectator Decades later his winning catch is still one of the most famous plays in league history. He’d caught this pass before. The touchdown grab he made in the final seconds of the 1976 Grey Cup game won his Ottawa Rough Riders the title, and cemented his reputation […]

For CFL legend Tony Gabriel, The Catch leads to The Crutch
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 Chris Brown Bills Insider The former AFL MVP helped the Bills to their first American Football League Championship in 1964, and was one of the most beloved players during the team’s AFL era. For those who played with him he was the greatest player they had ever seen, and this was during the era in […]

Cookie Gilchrist to be honoured on Bills Wall of Fame
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August 26, 2017 Stampeders.com Staff Dave Heasman lived out his dream by playing for his hometown team. The offensive lineman started his CFL career up north with the Edmonton Eskimos but he joined the Stamps as a free agent in 2000 and wound up playing four years with the Red and White and was a […]

Alumni Spotlight: Dave Heasman
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Alumni Retirements

September 2, 2017 CFL.ca Staff HAMILTON — The Hamilton Tiger-Cats announced Saturday that national defensive back Craig Butler has announced his retirement from the Canadian Football League and will join the team’s coaching staff as Assistant Coach. “Craig has been, and will continue to be, a valuable member of our organization,” said Kent Austin, vice-president […]

Craig Butler retires; joins Ticats’ coaching staff
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August 8, 2017 CFL.ca Staff WINNIPEG — Winnipeg Blue Bombers national receiver Addison Richards has informed the team of his intentions to retire from professional football. Richards was originally selected 11th overall by Winnipeg in the 2015 CFL Draft. He saw action in 17 games through his career, including 12 in 2016. “As with any […]

Bombers’ Addison Richards retires
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June 27, 2017 Stampeders.com Staff Longtime long-snapper Randy Chevrier is announcing his retirement from the Canadian Football League as a member of the Calgary Stampeders. The Montreal native’s career started with 23 games over the 2002 and 2003 seasons with the Edmonton Eskimos and he finished his playing days with three games for the Saskatchewan […]

Randy Chevrier retires as a Stampeder
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In Memory

August 26th, 2017 CFL Alumni  Rick Sowieta fought a courageous battle against cancer but succumbed to this insidious disease today. He played 10 years in the CFL with the Toronto Argonauts and the Ottawa Rough Riders.  Rick was a three time CFL Eastern All Star (1980, 1983, and 1985) playing linebacker.   Rick and his wife […]

CFL Alumni Rick Sowieta Passes Away
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August 24th, 2017 Riderville Staff  Lou Clare, whose four seasons as a player with the Saskatchewan Roughriders included an appearance in the 1976 Grey Cup game, died Monday. He was 67. Born in Mississauga, Ont., Clare eventually earned a full scholarship to play football at the University of Minnesota. He began his CFL career in […]

The Roughriders mourn the loss of alumnus Lou Clare
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Jerry Janes  passed away at the age of 82.  He played for the BC Lions, Calgary Stampeders and the Hamilton Tiger-Cats. At six foot five and 240 plus pounds, Jerry Janes was the kind of big target that quarterbacks like to throw to. Janes was an End out of Louisiana State where he was drafted […]

BC Lions Alumni Jerry Janes Passes Away
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