Greg FrersGreg played in the Canadian Football League as an all-star safety for 10 years, and was a two-time Grey Cup champion with the Calgary Stampeders. He retired from the CFL after the 2002 season, and later joined CBC Sports as a football analyst. Greg currently lives in Vancouver with his wife Lisa and their three boys.
A switch to Matt Nichols as the starting quarterback paid off as the Winnipeg Blue Bombers snapped a two-game losing skid, coming away with a 30-23 victory over the Edmonton Eskimos on Thursday. more »
Henry Burris opened the season under centre for the defending East Division champions but suffered a finger injury in Ottawa's 45-37 win over the Edmonton Eskimos. Burris left after having thrown for 251 yards but was overshadowed by backup Trevor Harris, who had 292 yards passing and three TDs. more »
Jose Bautista, Edwin Encarnacion and Troy Tulowitzki each hit solo home runs in the first inning, Marco Estrada snapped a four-start winless streak and the Toronto Blue Jays beat the Baltimore Orioles 6-5 on Friday night. more »
Rene Paredes kicked a 42-yard field goal in overtime before defensive back Tommie Campbell picked off a Jonathon Jennings pass in the end zone to seal a thrilling 44-41 win for the Calgary Stampeders over the B.C. Lions on Friday night. more »