The Journal Pioneer
Rob Vanstone: Canadian Football League Players' Association members are rightfully fed up
CFL and players staggering together but apart toward labour disruption
Detroit Lions begin workouts minus two key players
JOHN KRYK: Seahawks right to empty the vault for QB Russell Wilson
Back to the future as Redblacks hire Joe Paopao
Clifford Starke very serious about his plans to buy the Alouettes
Saskatchewan Roughriders select German receiver Max Zimmermann in CFL's European draft
The Saskatchewan Roughriders selected Max Zimmermann, a wide receiver from Berlin, in the CFL’s inaugural European draft Thursday. Zimmermann, a member of the German Football League’s Potsdam Royals, was picked sixth overall in the ...
CFL Players Association frustrated by two-week delay in collective bargaining
A two-week delay in bargaining toward a new collective agreement has the Canadian Football League Players Association expressing frustration and disappointment. Brian Ramsay, executive director of the CFLPA, said the CFL leadership has ...
Roughriders' Charleston Hughes pleads guilty to care and control charge
Saskatchewan Roughrider Charleston Hughes offered an apology on Wednesday after admitting to being in care and control of a vehicle while impaired. “It’s embarrassing to the team, my family and my fans,” he told the court. ...
Interview with Tiger-Cats has French defensive lineman excited about CFL's European draft
Valentin Gnahoua is one earth-shattering phone call closer to the Canadian Football League. And the 24-year-old defensive lineman from Le Mans, France is finding it incredibly hard to maintain a sense of calm. “I’m trying not to put ...
Alouettes sign defensive-end Gabriel Knapton and cornerback Marcus Cromartie
The Alouettes re-signed defensive-end Gabriel Knapton and inked cornerback Marcus Cromartie to a new contract on Thursday. The 6-foot-3, 265-pound Knapton has played the majority of his 81-game CFL career with the Alouettes. He signed with the ...
CFL and plaintiffs still in discussions over concussion-related class-action lawsuit
The Canadian Football League is still in discussions with representatives of plaintiffs in a four-year-old class-action lawsuit over concussions, but there’s still no guarantee that those talks will lead to a settlement, CFL commissioner Randy ...
SCOTT STINSON: Owners of CFL team in Halifax attempt to ‘de-risk’ spending millions on a new stadium
When a professional sports team makes a pitch for public funding for a new stadium, it is a given that some of the various bells and whistles that make the project sound so exciting will eventually not ring nor toot. It’s easy to throw lots ...
Former CFLer Micah Brown would like to see game come to Halifax
The emails keep on coming from people who want to give Canadian Football League commissioner Randy Ambrosie whatever help they can on his pet international project. “Not just from within Canada, I probably get five a week from various people ...
FOOTBALL FREAK: Belichick proves he’s greatest football coach of all time
It might not have been the shootout we were all expecting and the excitement that comes with offensive football, but for those old-school fans and coaches it was a great game. The lowest-scoring game in Super Bowl history was about running the ...
Football Hurricanes name new coaches
The Holland College Hurricanes Football Club has filled two important coaching positions. Hurricanes president Mike O’Grady announced on Thursday that Stephen Letner will take over as head coach, and Summerside native Owen MacWilliams will ...