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Ja'Gared Davis staking his claim as CFL's best defensive end
Ja’Gared Davis isn’t especially worried about his name coming up in debates about the CFL’s best defensive ends. These days, those conversations tend to revolve around guys like the Winnipeg Blue Bombers’ Willie Jefferson and the Saskatchewan ...
X(FL) marks no spot for Eskimos defensive lineman Ceresna
The X in XFL might as well stand for Not – as in happening – for Jake Ceresna. Garnering interest from at least two teams in pro-wrestling magnate Vince McMahon’s reboot of his failed former football league, the Edmonton Eskimos defensive tackle ...
Eskimos sign defensive tackle Ceresna to futures contract
With the 2019 Grey Cup champion still days away from being crowned in Calgary, the Edmonton Eskimos have already set their sights on next season. Mere days removed from Sunday’s 36-16 loss to the Hamilton Tiger-Cats in the East Division final ...
Confident Tiger-Cats look to lay doubts to rest
There were a lot of people who picked the Hamilton Tiger-Cats to be in the Grey Cup before the season even started. They got the destination right, even if nobody could have predicted the journey. The Ticats always sort of seemed like they ...
Ed Willes: Goalie Confidential not over as Canucks endure Luongo cap recapture
Earlier this week, the New Jersey Devils sent Cory Schneider to the minors in a move that many viewed as the final act of Goalie Confidential. And maybe it was. Maybe we can finally close the books on the saga that consumed this market for two ...
Eskimos 'disappointed' in falling short of fans' expectations
Win, and they adore you. Lose, and the only argument is whether heads should roll or be served on a silver platter. In the era of social media, sports fans can be fickle at the best of times. And at the worst of times, may we suggest just ...
Lack of home playoff game may leave Maas out in the cold as Eskimos head coach
If Jason Maas has indeed been coaching from a cliff over the last half of the Edmonton Eskimos season, then all that’s left now, following Sunday’s loss in the East Division final, is the cliff. As for the coaching part, the head coach who led ...
Chiefs pick Rivers off 4 times, edge Chargers
EditorsNote: adds new fifth graf, fixes "Michael" in what is now 11th graf Patrick Mahomes overcame a slow start to pass for 182 yards and one touchdown, and he added a career-high 59 yards on the ground as the Kansas City Chiefs stopped the Los ...
How the Bombers and Tiger-Cats built winners
The Winnipeg Blue Bombers and Hamilton Tiger-Cats are two very different football teams. The Bombers killed opponents with their run game this year and finished with the most rushing yards in the CFL regular season. The Ticats liked to attack ...
Ousted Eskimos tuning in, turning up or turning off Sunday's Grey Cup
The curtain has closed on their 2019 season and all that’s left now for the Edmonton Eskimos is to see how the final act unfolds in Sunday’s Grey Cup final in Calgary. Or not. With the wound still fresh from a 36-16 loss to the Hamilton ...