June 27, 2017
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 Saskat...
May 17, 2017
By CFL.ca Staff
MONTREAL — Starting cornerback in the CFL and NFL
, three-time Grey Cup champion, three-time all-star and now you can add budding broadcaster to the resume of Davis Sanchez.
Sanchez, who spent the majority of his career with the Alouettes, Lions and San Diego Chargers (NFL
) was added to the Montreal Alouettes official ...
Prior to joining the CFL’s Ottawa Rough Riders, Tom Clements was the starting quarterback for the Notre Dame Fighting Irish from 1972 to 1974. Clements led Notre Dame to a national championship in 1973 and a 24-23 Sugar Bowl victory over Alabama.
To round out his college career Clements finished fourth in the 1974 Heisman Trophy voting and was named a ...
For immediate release – April 11, 2017
Leo Ezerins To Be Inducted into Gridiron Greats Hall of Fame
For his all-star accomplishments on and off the field, CFL Alumni Association (CFLAA) executive director Leo Ezerins has been selected as a member of the 2017 Gridiron Greats Hall ...
Feb 17, 2017
Article by Andrea Adelson ESPN Staff Writer
Photo Courtesy of New England Patriots
Former Miami Hurricanes and New England Patriots cornerback Leonard Myers died Friday morning, the Patriots ...
January 24, 2017
Story and photos by CFL.ca Staff
OTTAWA — After weeks of speculation, Henry Burris has made it official: The veteran quarterback of 18 CFL seasons is walking away on top.
Burris, 41, announced his retirement on Tuesday, ...
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.
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TORONTO — The Canadian Football League is mourning the passing of former coach Bill MacDermott, who passed away on May 5.
MacDermott coached the Eskimos’ offensive line from 1992 to 1996 and again from 1999 to 2006, helping the Green and Gold win three Grey Cup Championships (1993, 2003 and 2005).
A native of ...