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Canadians Dominate Divisional Player Awards

Canadians Dominate Divisional Player Awards

CFL.ca Staff TORONTO, Ontario – The Canadian Football League announced last week the 2013 Gibson’s Finest Most Outstanding Players for the East and West Divisions and they included a record number of Canadians. A total of seven Canadian players were ...

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Richie Incognito Directed Racial Slur At Jonathan Martin

Richie Incognito Directed Racial Slur At Jonathan Martin

By Gregg Rosenthal Around The League Editor  The NFL started its investigation Monday into the situation surrounding Miami Dolphins offensive tackle Jonathan Martin. With guard Richie Incognito suspended indefinitely by the team, new details emerged about the veteran guard’s involvement ...

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Houston Texans Coach Gary Kubiak Will Leave Hospital

Houston Texans Coach Gary Kubiak Will Leave Hospital

By Marc Sessler Around the League Writer  Gary Kubiak is heading home. NFL Media Insider, Ian Rapoport, reported Tuesday that the Houston Texans coach has been cleared to leave the hospital after he suffered what doctors labeled a mini-stroke. Kubiak ...

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Adrian Peterson’s Son Dies After Alleged Assault

Adrian Peterson’s Son Dies After Alleged Assault

According to CNN, last Friday, Minnesota Vikings running back, Adrian Peterson’s two year old son died of injuries he suffered after allegedly being abused, police said. Sioux Falls, South Dakota, police said Joseph Robert Patterson, 27, has been charged with ...

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Adam Tomlinson Wins Gold For Canada

Adam Tomlinson Wins Gold For Canada

Adam Tomlinson has achieved a gold medal win for Canada at the September 20-22, 2013 Jr. Pan Am Games in Queretaro, Mexico. He competed in the Light Heavy Weight Jr. A Sparring Division.  The intensiveness of his training at A.T. ...

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Cricket Tournament A Grand Slam For Scarborough Hospital

Event Raises $50,000 for Hospital’s Cancer Care Program Scarborough, Ontario – Hundreds of Toronto-area residents filled the fields of L’Amoreaux Park, in Scarborough, on June 22-23, as the Scarborough World Cup of Cricket made its debut with a grand slam. ...

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