CFL

Corby quietly says goodbye after promising start

Just weeks after training with the NFL’s New York Giants and getting drafted by the CFL’s Edmonton Eskimos, former Gaels wide-receiver Doug Corby has officially retired from professional football...Continue...

A call up to the pros

A year after no Queen’s players were taken in the CFL Draft, four Gaels are on their way to the big show.Continue...

O'Donnell signs with NFL team

Former Queen's football player Matt O'Donnell signs with the Cincinnati Bengals. O'Donnell was drafted by Canadian Football League's Saskatchewan Roughriders in May, but he skipped the team's training camp to pursue other options.Continue...

Hobbs touches down in Montreal

Queen’s quarterback Nate Hobbs was just having a regular weekend when he received a cryptic text message from head coach Pat Sheahan, telling him he’d be heading to Quebec for the Montreal...Continue...

Former Gaels fullback Justin Gleben signs with CFL Lions

Recent Queen’s graduate and former fullback of the Gaels football team, Justin Gleben, has traded in his tricolour for orange and black, signing with the CFL’s BC Lions this summer.Continue...

Pettersen makes move to prime time

Kate Pettersen’s surname carries a significant weight in CFL circles, and she’s doing her best to carry on the family legacy.Continue...

On to the CFL gridiron

Of the four Gaels selected in May’s CFL’s draft, two have found steady homes on professional rosters.Continue...

QJSports: CFL strike

It’s often quite hard for the common fan to sympathize with unions of professional athletes and groups of owners looking to lockout part or all of their season due to a labour dispute....Continue...

Testing season

The road to the 2014 CFL draft will heat up this weekend for two top Gaels prospects.Continue...

Capital calls Chapdelaine

Former Gael Justin Chapdelaine is on his way to the pros.Continue...

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