The news that long-time CFL centre Obby Khan is coming out of retirement less than four months after he initially hung up his cleats is surprising, but what's even more unusual is that he's joining the Calgary Stampeders. After a brief stint with the Ottawa Renegades from 2004-05, Khan came to Winnipeg and became one of the most recognizable faces and one of the most important contributors to the Bombers, so it's going to be quite weird to see him in another team's jersey. However, former Bomber Doug Brown writes in his Winnipeg Free Press column that Khan's departure from Winnipeg is all on the team. That raises significant questions about general manager Joe Mack's decisions, and it might just add to the chorus of those calling for his head. Here's the key part of what Brown wrote:Read More »from Despite Winnipeg’s mistakes, no wrath from Khan
Andrew Bucholtz is a Canadian football blogger for Yahoo! Sports.