Riders fans are elite.
During the weather delay fans got after Henry Burris while he was live on air for TSN.
— Darren Sproat 🇨🇦 (@DarrenSproat) July 2, 2019
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.
— TSN (@TSN_Sports) July 2, 2019
Action has resumed at Mosaic..sort of. pic.twitter.com/kghjoecGEz
— Chris Cuthbert (@CCtsn) July 2, 2019
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.