No Matter How Hilarious It Would Be, Tim Tebow Will Never Play In The…

With Rex Ryan engaged in a hilarious, semi-silent standoff with management over Tim Tebow's playing time, or severe lack thereof, there's been some speculation, idle thus far but growing in volume, that Tim Tebow's last best option for playing professional football, once his underwhelming tenure with the Jets… » 12/19/12 12:30am 12/19/12 12:30am

Beer Of The Week: Big Rock Brewery's Honey Brown Lager

This weekend the Canadian Football League season culminates with a game called the Grey Cup, in its 100th incarnation. A team called the Stampeders, out of Calgary, is visiting Toronto to play the Argonauts. In rough American equivalence this is Dallas against New York, a big game with a dose of civic grudge match.… » 11/24/12 6:59pm 11/24/12 6:59pm

Edmonton QB Matt Nichols Suffered A Horrific Injury During Today's CFL…

Toronto took care of Edmonton easily today to march one step closer to the Grey Cup in the CFL playoffs, but the season-ending insult to the Big E was minor compared to the injury felt by Eskimos quarterback Matt Nichols, who was forced out of the game in the third quarter after suffering a grotesque leg injury. (To… » 11/11/12 5:41pm 11/11/12 5:41pm

Watching Your Quarterback Throw The Game Away With A Minute Left Is…

Up by 12 with three minutes remaining, the Calgary Stampeders seemed a lock for a win over Montreal last night. A quick Alouettes touchdown followed by a boneheaded interception by Stampeders QB Kevin Glenn —we called it, at the time, Favresque— with a minute remaining that had even the CFL's website in denial » 7/13/12 9:00am 7/13/12 9:00am

Canadian Football Player Breaks His Leg Like An American Football Player

Leron Mitchell broke his leg during the Grey Cup last night. It's really awful, but the YouTube description is beautifully poetic: "Leron Mitchell snaps his leg during the CFL championship game. His team also lost." When it rains in Canada, it pours. » 11/29/10 1:55pm 11/29/10 1:55pm

Onterrio, Canada

Having been released by the Minnesota Vikings, and suspended until at least October, running back Onterrio Smith is heading to the Canadian Football League, where the laws about fake penises are much more relaxed. » 5/13/06 4:27pm 5/13/06 4:27pm