Podskee Wee Wee, Episode 72

On this week’s show, Mike and I talk about Hamilton’s recent mini-camp and the unfound (and false) rumours circulating that the team (and the Redblacks) violated league rules regarding their mini-camp, the trade for DB Khalid Wooten and the release of Jeremy Lewis.

In league news, we chat about the fines handed out to the B.C. Lions and Saskatchewan Roughriders, the Riders release of DB Justin Cox, the Riders interest in QB Michael Vick, Toronto’s acquisition of all-star WR S.J. Green, the Argos’ re-acquisition of Cleyon Laing, Edmonton hiring Brock Sunderland as general manager and the Indianapolis Colts releasing former B.C. Lions DE Alex Bazzie.

We then give a little CFL Draft preview, talking about the Ticats might do and what we would like to see them do.

We close things out by answering a pair of listener questions (one that makes things a little tense between Mike and I) and we get back to rating CFL players in a hypothetical video game. This week we tackle the receivers of the East Division.

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Enjoy Episode 72 of Podskee Wee Wee.

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