Ironically it was just after I received an email asking about a number of Rider game worn jerseys I was putting up for sale that I got word about Chris Jones leaving the Riders for the Cleveland Browns.
The Canadian Football League deserves credit for attempting a PR strategy that Major League Baseball has done for years – keep the league in the news when the season is over.
As we usher out 2018 and welcome 2019, the 30th anniversary of the greatest Grey Cup ever featuring the Riders and Hamilton Tiger-Cats, the Riders made a move at the end of the year which bodes well for the team heading into the new year
As 2018 winds to its conclusion, the CFL has been doing a better job of staying in the headlines, for mostly good reasons, but then again, there are signs this is a league that tends to operate off the cuff than having a coherent long-te
The CFL started to lurch into its post-season with the full implications of the football administration salary cap coming into focus and the sneaky suspicion the CFL was cutting off its nose to spite its face.
The Calgary Stampeders win the Grey Cup and it seems the end of an era.
Grey Cup 2018 – in between the zip-lining, Justin Beaver, the name of the new Atlantic CFL franchise, Mexican football and the CFL Player Awards – it almost feels like the CFL is unfolding nicely as the Calgary Stampeders and Ottawa Redb
The ringing may have stopped in Brandon Bridge’s head, but it’s still going on for Rider fans following their elimination at the hands of the Winnipeg Blue Bombers in the western semi-final.