January 12, 2018 Article by Brian Helbert  We are 12 days into the New Year and the majority of people are still attempting to keep their New Year’s resolutions. Some people strived to eat healthier, some people committed themselves to hit the gym more often, while others simply decided to work less and play more. ... More

Matt Sheridan – Winter Training for Local Athletes

Thursday, 04 January 2018 Written by Marc Smith Local athletes looking to take their preparation to the next level this winter may want to visit Ignite Athletic Conditioning Moose Jaw. The local training facility at the Team Redgoat Training Centre hosts Ignite, which is run by Vanier Vikings football head coach Ryan ... More


December 18, 2017 OTTAWA REDBLACKS The Ottawa REDBLACKS have hired Winston October as the team’s new receivers coach, the club announced on Monday. “Winston is an experienced player and coach and we’re happy he chose to join the REDBLACKS,” said REDBLACKS GM Marcel Desjardins. Oc... More

Scout Miles Gorrell leaving the Redblacks

Postmedia News December 7, 2017 One of the very first football-operations staffers with the Ottawa Redblacks is leaving the organization. Miles Gorrell, a scout hired by the Redblacks in March 2013, is departing “to pursue other opportunities,” the Canadian Football League club announced ... More

Where Are They Now?: 2007 seems like yesterday for Kerry Joseph

In 2007, Joseph was named the CFL’s most outstanding player en route to leading the Roughriders to the 2007 Grey Cup title. JULIE FOLK WOLDU Published on: November 27, 2017 | Last Updated: November 27, 2017 2:58 PM CST Kerry Joseph celebrates the Saskatchewan Roughriders' 2007 Grey Cup victor... More


NOVEMBER 13, 2017 GEORGE JOHNSON YOUR STAMPS AUTHORITY The 41-year-old rookie found himself drifting in and out, somewhere between sleep and waking, keyed up but flagging, when the moment they all anticipate, are all forced to confront, arrived. “Actual fires,’’ reports Randy ... More

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

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 ... More

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

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 ... More

Former Riders QB Marcus Crandell making impact as coach in Saskatchewan

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 ... More

Ex-Alouette Marc-Olivier Brouillette makes transition to career in law

September 5, 2017 Herb Zurkowsky - Montreal Gazette Former all-star safety quits CFL at age 31 to join Morrone Avocats, a small firm in east-central Montreal. With a summer of freedom suddenly at his disposal — probably for the first time in at least a decade — Marc-Olivier Brouillette spent more time at his ... More