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The Calgary Flames Ownership Group have put their claim on pretty much every professional sports club in the city which now includes a majority stake in the Calgary Stampeders. IN celebration of that announcement the club also re-signed coach and GM John Hufnagel for another 5 more seasons. Whether those…

Last week it was announced Calgary will continue to hold the best deep threats in the CFL with Ken-Yon Rambo and Romby Bryant at wide receiver. That’s interesting news since I didin’t think Calgary had enough to go after both…. Some more great news today, long-snapper Randy Chevrier has returned…

Some news today out of the Stampeders locker room. First, a week after Ryan Thelwell hung up the cleats, Rob Lazeo announced that after 14 season on the offensive line he’s calling it quits. Nobody will question his commitment to the game and his team. He played through injuries throughout…

It seems as though Calgary’s dilemma between their two free-agent corners has been somewhat resolved. Brandon Browner has (will) sign with the Seattle Seahawks of the NFL. That means Dwight Anderson in all likelihood will be back in the fold for the Red & White next year. Congrats to all-star…

The once heralded Canadian RB Jesse Lumsden has signed with the Stampeders to the team’s practice roster. No word on how he’ll fit into the grand scheme of things, but hey, if the guy wants to play for minimum money mind as well give him a shot. There’s one thing…

The Calgary Stampeders have announced the re-signing of Stampeders import wide receiver Kenyon Rambo to a contract extension. One of the biggest reasons why the Stamps didn’t have much of a deep threat was due to the fact their top TWO WRs were lost to injury early in the season….

The only good thing about the Matt Dunigan year was the fact he brought in Joffrey Reynolds. Since day one Reynolds has been the quintessential professional when it comes to on and off field work. Even within a pass happy offence, he has managed to rack up the yards and…

Calgary Stampeders have locked in Henry Burris to a new four-year deal with the team. The 34-year-old pivot led the Stamps to a Grey Cup championship last season and is a two-time Western Division CFL All-Star (2005, 2008). The deal takes him to the ripe age of 38. The 6’1,…

When Dave Dickenson became a BC Lion because the circus management in Calgary at the time didn`t want to sign him, he did one thing before leaving–he never sold his house. After announcing his retirement from the CFL this past Winter, many speculated he would return to the game in…