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Regina Return | Carter’s Only Focus Is A ‘W’

8 hours ago | Matt Baker
Winning is the only thing on his mind. Still, that’s not to suggest Duron Carter isn’t a little extra juiced to walk into the shiny Mosaic Stadium for the first time as a visitor; ...

Another Opportunity Knocks For Lankford

July 16, 2019 | Matt Baker
Ryan Lankford has rarely, if ever, met an opportunity he didn’t want to face head-on. We begin with a quick flashback to his freshman season at Illinois on one of college football’s ...

Returning To The ‘6IX’| Business First And Foremost

July 3, 2019 | Matt Baker
The world of sports is filled with interesting theories. Perhaps one of the most interesting this writer ever heard was a reason for the Toronto Maple Leafs’ ineptitude and failure to ...

Steward Relishing ‘Longest Serving’ Label

July 2, 2019 | Matt Baker
It may simply say more about the number of player departures prior to this season, but at first glance, it’s hard to believe he is now the club’s longest serving player. What that ...

Branden Dozier | From Sunflower State To The Lions Den

June 26, 2019 | Matt Baker
There are no guarantees in professional football. If you want proof, ask Branden Dozier.┬á The Lions’ new safety is a one-time East Division All-Star and was the team nominee for league Most ...

Boesen ‘Uber’ Motivated For Opportunity In Den

June 24, 2019 | Matt Baker
He took a long and sometimes frustrating path to a permanent roster spot with the BC Lions. Yet if you talk to Mat Boesen for just a couple of minutes, he would simply view the ordeal as a lesson ...

Thompson Back Where He Belongs

June 10, 2019 | Matt Baker
With the benefit of hindsight being 20/20, Anthony Thompson wound up having himself an enjoyable winter and start to the spring. He was able to stay occupied by working at his regular offseason ...

Camp Notebook | Castillo ‘Marches’ On With Lions

June 4, 2019 | Matt Baker
Have just one short conversation with him and you will quickly come to the conclusion that Sergio Castillo is somewhat of a savvy individual. Case in point: when the kicker’s phone stopped ...

Camp Notebook | Shake Making Headlines

June 3, 2019 | Matt Baker
Shakeir Ryan has been long subscribed to the theory that all good things come to those who wait. Whether it was the 63-yard punt return touchdown in Edmonton last week or the 104-yarder to the ...

Camp Notebook | Franklin Learning The Ropes

May 31, 2019 | Matt Baker
He has proven to be an intriguing prospect in the Lions secondary and should he stick around beyond next week, Marloshawn Franklin Jr. could also double as the team barber. Cutting hair is one of ...

Camp Notebook | Checking In With J-Jack

May 24, 2019 | Matt Baker
Throughout the first week of his second training camp as Lions offensive coordinator, it has been hard for Jarious Jackson to stop smiling. During meals, he is sporting a shiny new green Notre ...

Camp Notebook | Redemption For Curtis

May 23, 2019 | Matt Baker
Cassidy Curtis has also proven to be versatile both on and off the football field.  You can verify that by going down the list of offseason jobs he has held over the years in his hometown of ...

Mini-Camp Report | Shaun Wick Chapter Two

May 16, 2019 | Matt Baker
Football has provided many different things to many different players. For Lions’ running back hopeful Shaun Wick, it was an escape from a not always easy childhood in Ventura, ...

Mini-Camp Report | Global Players Begin CFL Dreams

May 15, 2019 | Matt Baker
The CFL’s relationship with Mexico may still be fresh and hard for some to get used to, but it’s been 27 years in the making for Gerardo Alvarez. When asked in a chat with bclions.com ...

Bulked Up Peirson Ready For More In Year Two

May 6, 2019 | Matt Baker
With the first training camp practice more than two weeks away, Andrew Peirson was back in the facility as if last season never ended. Following an intense weight room session, it was a quick ...

Stokes Ready To Run With Lions

May 4, 2019 | Lindsey Horsting
Familiar with the Lions stomping grounds, Keith Stokes made visits to Vancouver during his seven-year playing career in the CFL. Now the new B.C. Lions Special Teams and Offensive Assistant is ...

Mike Reilly | Settled in BC And Eager To Play

April 18, 2019 | Matt Baker
It’s no debate that he has, so far at least, accomplished more as a member of the Edmonton Eskimos than the BC Lions. When all is said and done though, that definitely remains to be seen. ...

Reunited With Old Pals, Peters Excited For Chance To Win

April 9, 2019 | Matt Baker
He won a Grey Cup championship with the Edmonton Eskimos in 2015 and was part of a Clemson Tigers squad that shut down Odell Beckham Jr. and LSU in the 2012 Chick-fil-A- Bowl. Yet if Garry Peters ...

DC Just Wants To Play | “People Haven’t Seen The Best Of Me Yet.”

April 5, 2019 | Matt Baker
Expectations don’t always meet reality. As a six-year veteran of the CFL, Duron Carter knows exactly how that works. So it’s safe to say the charismatic wide receiver knows there is ...

Big O Looks Back With No Regrets

April 4, 2019 | Matt Baker
When chatting about the difficult decision to walk away from pro football, Jovan Olafioye couldn’t help but reflect on how his path to Canada began. Flashback to a BC Lions open workout in ...
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