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Supply and demand allowing Canadian CFL offensive linemen to prosper

Ottawa Redblacks offensive linemen Jason Lauzon-Seguin, from left to right, Matthew Albright, Alex Mateas, Evan Johnson and Jake Silas wait for the B.C. Lions to approach the line of scrimmage for a play during the first half of a CFL football game in ... read more

Quinn Smith’s positive test for stanozolol, the steroid Ben Johnson was infamously caught with, could hurt his CFL draft stock

The news came out because Smith, a defensive lineman for the Concordia Stingers, e-mailed all the CFL general managers Thursday to ... him out of the first round," Forde said. "That's the supply and demand." Forde said there were notable jumps in most ... read more

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TORONTO — For an upstart league looking to generate buzz ahead of its kickoff next spring, the timing of the 2026 World Cup host announcement appears to be ideal for the Canadian Premier League. The CPL plans to begin play in April with eight teams ... read more

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Supply and demand allowing Canadian CFL offensive linemen to prosper

TORONTO – The salary cap era in the CFL has been good for Canadian offensive linemen. In the pass-happy league, starting quarterbacks have always been the most important players and therefore the highest paid. But the Canadians tasked with protecting ... read more

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Supply and demand allowing Canadian CFL offensive linemen to prosper

Ottawa Redblacks offensive linemen Jason Lauzon-Seguin, from left to right, Matthew Albright, Alex Mateas, Evan Johnson and Jake Silas wait for the B.C. Lions to approach the line of scrimmage for a play during the first half of a CFL football game in ... read more

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