Riders fans are elite.

During the weather delay fans got after Henry Burris while he was live on air for TSN.

The 44-year-old Burris played two seasons in Saskatchewan (2000 and 2004) over his Hall of Fame CFL career. He won three Grey Cups, two outstanding player awards, finished third in all-time in CFL passing yards (63,227) and touchdown passes (374).

After the TSN panel was done, Milt Stegall enjoyed the crowd.

Stegall recorded 10 seasons of 1,000 or more yards, named a CFL all-star nine times, won a CFL MOP award in 2002, ranks second all-time in receiving yards with 15,123 and scored the most touchdowns ever by a single player 147 – all with the Riders hated rival Winnipeg Blue Bombers.

But Stegall still trusted the green and white fans with his well being.

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