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WADA blasts the CFL on drug testing

The World Anti-Doping Agency says the CFL's drug policy has "room for improvement.'' WADA released a statement Wednesday after the head of the organization's only accredited laboratory in Canada slammed the league earlier this week for failing to reprimand first-time drug offenders or uphold suspensions handed down in university.

Ticats return game could be a scoring machine

Every team talks about it in theoretical terms but you get the feeling that this year, the Hamilton Tiger-Cats kinda mean it. Somewhere not too...

Eskimos move on without injured running back White

Edmonton Eskimos general manager Ed Hervey knew exactly what happened to John White even before the star running back stopped suddenly and grabbed his...

The concussion business is booming

Concussions have evolved from public awareness (Eric Lindros’s 1998 concussion, the first of six as a Flyer) to growing concern (parents and coaches lobbying...

McCallum on Twitter: ‘ I was told to retire or I would be cut.’

It seems Paul McCallum is not ready to retire just yet. McCallum has been granted a release from the B.C. Lions, who asked the kicker...

Coombs regaining confidence in surgically-repaired shoulder

Anthony Coombs wasted no time answering any lingering questions regarding his surgically repaired left shoulder. When training camp opened almost a week ago, the Toronto...

McNamara named as play-by-play voice of the Ticats

The new voice of the Hamilton Tiger-Cats' is former Toronto Argonauts' sideline reporter Andy McNamara. McNamara, a nine-year sports broadcast veteran who has also covered...

Bomben solidifies Ticats offensive line

The Hamilton Tiger-Cats came out of the 2015 CFL draft with what Kent Austin intimates is a real rarity. An immediate starter. OK, technically, the Ticats...

Lulay’s progress encourages Lions

Travis Lulay drops back to pass and launches a ball down field. At another training camp with another quarterback, the play might be forgotten before...

Indoor leagues offer the dream of pro ball

Chuck Wright was hooked the first time he tried professional indoor football. His pay for that game: a $10 bill and six-pack of Bud...