Chris Jones was the only coach this season to not have a successful challenge.
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Until last year, hosting the Grey Cup had become synonymous with winning the Grey Cup.
The last time the Hamilton Tiger-Cats are believed to have turned a profit, Angelo Mosca had just hung up his cleats.
As if Johnny Adams hadn’t impressed the coaching staff enough during the first two days of Bombers mini-camp, the defensive back out of Michigan State decided one more day of sublime coverage couldn’t hurt.
The Winnipeg Blue Bombers offence last season was ninth best in the CFL when it came to yards produced.
Chasing the football dream can take you to some unique places.
There is way too much symmetry between Cody Hoffman's past and present for him to not be a success story with the Montreal Alouettes.
The Hamilton Tiger-Cats have joined the naughty club.
It’s been a while since a quarterback with at least 17 NFL starts plied his trade in the CFL, which is what makes the John Skelton experiment in Montreal so intriguing.
When Nik Lewis reported for the first day of Alouettes mini-camp on Wednesday afternoon at Historic Dodgertown, he got any awkwardness out of the way immediately.
The CFL draft is less than a month away, and teams are busy moving players up and down their boards in preparation of the big day.
The offences love it. The defences hate it. And the special teams are split down the middle when it comes to the CFL’s new rules for 2015 and beyond.
This is one of the CFL’s best draft classes, so it was no surprise to see several records smashed during Saturday’s combine testing at the Park Hyatt hotel.
Four years ago, the Calgary Stampeders were interviewing running back Matt Walter, a CFL prospect, at the league’s annual combine.
The CFL’s 12-member rules committee emerged from two long days of meetings at 9:30 p.m. Thursday night in a downtown Toronto hotel, having decided to make major changes.
Matt Rea finished up his football career at Michigan State last fall and started thinking about getting a job in the real world.
Every year a couple of quarterbacks come out to the CFL combine to serve as the guys who throw the balls to the receivers and hand them off to running backs. They’re basically invisible to the scouts on hand.
Jennifer Jones simply couldn't beat Switzerland this week at the world women's curling championship in Sapporo, Japan.
Winnipeg's Jennifer Jones guaranteed Canada a podium finish for the sixth year in a row at the women's world curling championship in Sapporo, Japan.
Former CFL commissioner Mark Cohon wasn’t kidding when he said last November the league would look at ways to increase scoring in the off-season.