The Stampeders dealt former No. 2 Drew Tate to the Ottawa Roughriders for a draft pick in February, creating room behind Mitchell. Canadian Andrew Buckley, Calgary's third-stringer who rushed for eight short-yardage touchdowns last year, the well-travelled CFL pivot Mitchell GaleRead More »
It's not hard to pick out James Wilder Jr. at the Toronto Argonauts training camp. At six foot three and 232 pounds, the 25-year-old Tampa native is the biggest running back on the CFL team's roster. Wilder is also bigger than most of Toronto's linebackers, something the former Florida State
Stampeders quarterback Bo Levi Mitchell says he doesn’t believe he is close to his “ceiling” and wants to keep improving. Calgary began training camp Sunday for the 2017 season.
Bo Levi Mitchell has time on his side. It's easy to forget the quarterback is just 27 years old given his achievements so far. In three seasons as the Calgary Stampeders starter, Mitchell has won a Grey Cup (2014) and earned the CFL's Most Outstanding Player award (2016).