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  • Bombers coach Mike O'Shea, GM Walters sign 3-year deals

    Winnipeg Blue Bombers head coach Mike O'Shea; GM Kyle Walters

    The Winnipeg Blue Bombers have signed head coach Mike O'Shea and general manager Kyle Walters to three-year contract extensions.

  • Man who shot ex-Rider Joe McKnight charged with manslaughter


    The man who fatally shot ex-NFL player Joe McKnight has been arrested and jailed on a charge of manslaughter.

  • Details emerge on Joe McKnight shooting

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    Officials say Joe McKnight was shot three times — in the hand, shoulder and chest — and insist the shooter was not standing over the Saskatchewan Roughriders player.

  • Joe McKnight shooting suspect released from custody

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    The man who shot former NFL player Joe McKnight was released from custody overnight, authorities said Friday, saying they'll be meeting with the district attorney's office to discuss the case.

  • Football community mourns Roughrider Joe McKnight


    Running back Joe McKnight was shot and killed in Louisiana on Thursday night following what police said was a traffic argument. He spent time in both the CFL and NFL, and his death resonated throughout the football community on social media.

  • Roughrider Joe McKnight shot dead in traffic argument


    Saskatchewan Roughriders running back Joe McKnight has been shot to death following an argument at an intersection with another motorist. Jefferson Parish Sheriff Newell Normand says it happened about 2:43 p.m. Thursday in Terrytown, a suburb of New Orleans.

  • Roughrider Joe McKnight shot to death in Louisiana

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    Running back Joe McKnight, who played for the Saskatchewan Roughriders following seasons in the NFL, was shot and killed Thursday in a suburb of New Orleans.

  • Ex-CFLers find life after football in bobsleigh

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    The end of another CFL season — and the start of a new bobsleigh campaign this week in Whistler, B.C., — brings a reminder that some retired football players are extending their athletic careers in an unexpected place.

  • Henry Burris arrives in Ottawa after epic Grey Cup victory

    Henry Burris drinks from Grey Cup

    Grey Cup MVP Henry Burris is expected back in Ottawa Monday afternoon after opting for a relaxing train ride back to the capital. You can watch a live stream of Burris's arrival at the Ottawa train station at around 4:40 p.m. ET.

  • Failed Grey Cup call may haunt Dave Dickenson

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    Dave Dickenson led Calgary to a CFL-best 15-2-1 mark, the 15 victories a single-season league record for a first-year head coach. He was the overwhelming choice as coach of the year in voting by the Football Reporters of Canada and his coaching peers.

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