CFL Quick Hits - July 7
The Hamilton Spectator looks at the possibility of WR Chris Williams seeing game action against Edmonton.
Ticats kicker Justin Medlock has settled into his new role nicely.
In Eskimo land the defence has undergone a makeover.
Eskimos rookie LB JC Sherrit impressed in his CFL debut in week one.
Edmonton head coach Kavis Reed spoke right from the heart when he delivered his pre-game speech in week one.
Posted By: Ticats Communications Posted On: 2011-07-07 09:42:45
CFL Quick Hits - July 6
Sportsnet.ca asks where is the love for Ticats QB Kevin Glenn.
The Hamilton Spectator reports that the Tiger-Cats defence leads the CFL in a few categories after week one.
Ticats receiver Maurice Mann is no longer a cheese head.
Macell Young played like a mature cornerback in his Black and Gold debut.
Ricky Ray's performance in week one provides the pivot with a boost in confidence.
The Tiger-Cats must slow down the Peyton Manning of the CFL in week 2.
Eskimo receiver Andrew Nowacki has a knack for helping his QB to achieve career milestones.
Posted By: Ticats Communications Posted On: 2011-07-06 09:23:18
CFL Quick Hits - July 5
Backup Ticats quarterback, Quinton Porter is behind his fellow pivot Kevin Glenn, as explained in this Hamilton Spectator article.
The National Post's Mark Masters looks at the storylines from around the league after the first week of action.
Kavis Reed had some anxious moments as he picked up his first win as Eskimos head coach.
A week one victory quieted the critics in Edmonton, but Eric Tillman knows there will be bumps along the road.
Argos players gave two thumbs up to the first episode of 'The Extra Yard' the Toronto Sun reports.
Posted By: Ticats Communications Posted On: 2011-07-05 10:06:53
CFL Quick Hits - July 1
Jeff Blair of the Globe and Mail looks at how TigerTown is defined by the Ticats defence.
Kevin Glenn seems to have a groove going aaginst his former team as the Winnipeg Sun tells.
Avon Cobourne believes his new team, not his former team, is the team to beat in the East the Winnipeg Sun reports.
Bombers receiver Terrence Edwards is comfortable showing the other young Winnipeg pass catchers the way.
The Bombers signed their franchise running back to a contract extension and he sees a bright future there.
Posted By: Ticats Communications Posted On: 2011-07-01 09:48:27