Watch: Auston Matthews hits homer during batting practice with Blue Jays
Two years ago, the CFL trumpeted Jeffrey Orridge as the man who would "take the league to the next level." Now, he is stepping down as commissioner over what he calls differing views on the future. Orridge will remain on the job until June 30, after which the CFL will look to appRead More »
Offensive lineman Wayne Smith, the first player taken in the 2004 CFL draft, retired Friday. The six-foot-two, 304-pound Toronto native went first overall to Hamilton in 2004. Smith, 37, appeared in 183 career regular-season games, eight playoff contests and one Grey Cup, that being 2012 with the Argos
The CFL fined the Saskatchewan Roughriders $31,500 for two bylaw violations and head coach/GM Chris Jones $5,000 for meeting with the publicist for former NFL quarterback Johnny Manziel. Manziel is on the Hamilton Tiger-Cats' negotiation list, giving them exclusive CFL rights to the quarterback.
Access won't be an issue during Brock Sunderland's tenure with the Edmonton Eskimos. Edmonton officially unveiled Sunderland as its general manager and vice-president of football operations Tuesday. "The first and foremost focus I'll have is to put a winning team on the field and Len