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CFL AND CFLPA WORK TOGETHER TO DELIVER SIGNIFICANT ADVANCES ON PLAYER SAFETY

BAN ON FULL CONTACT PRACTICES DURING THE SEASON WILL REDUCE RISK OF INJURY. LONGER 21-WEEK SCHEDULE WILL MEAN MORE REST AND RECUPERATION TIME FOR PLAYERS Wednesday, September 13, 2017 — TORONTO (Wednesday, September 13) –  Eliminating full contact padded practices during the season and moving to a longer, 21-week schedule are major advances that ... More

CALGARY STAMPEDER ROY FINCH SUSPENDED FOR VIOLATING CFL/CFLPA DRUG POLICY

Finch is suspended two games effective immediately Monday, June 26, 2017 — TORONTO (June 26, 2017) – Calgary Stampeders running back Roy Finch has been suspended for two games effective immediately after testing positive for a banned substance (D-amphetamine), under the drug policy of the Canadian Football League (CFL) and the Canadian ... More

Riders’ Golding receives two-game ban for violating drug policy

December 19, 2016 CFL.ca Staff TORONTO – Saskatchewan Roughriders linebacker Marvin Golding has been suspended two games after testing positive for a banned substance, the CFL announced Monday. Golding tested positive for dehydrochlormethyltestosterone (DHCMT), a banned substance under the drug policy of the CFL and the Canadian ... More

CFL Alumni Update Magazine 104th Grey Cup Collectors Edition

This years CFL Alumni Update Magazine features the 2016 CFLAA Men of Year Michael "Pinball" Clemons and Peter Martin.  You will also find interesting updates from each team’s Alumni Presidents and articles about CFL Alumni that are now coaching in the CFL, CIS, NFL and NCAA.  We also take a look back on past Grey Cup festivals and events. Click on ... More

TIGER-CAT BRANDON BANKS SUSPENDED FOR VIOLATING CFL/CFLPA DRUG POLICY

Banks is suspended two games effective immediately Wednesday, October 19, 2016 — TORONTO (October 19, 2016) – Hamilton Tiger-Cats receiver Brandon Banks has been suspended for two games effective immediately after testing positive for a banned substance (Methylenedioxyamphetamine), under the drug policy of the Canadian Football League (CFL) ... More