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CFL 2015: Storylines to watch

Quarterback health, the challenge of repeating, a second-year team trying to gain respectability, some scheduling quirks and the uncertain status of a high-profile player are just some of the intriguing angles as the CFL kicks off its 2015 season on Thursday night.

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Quarterback health, the challenge of repeating, a second-year team trying to gain respectability, some scheduling quirks and the uncertain status of a high-profile player are just some of the intriguing angles as the CFL kicks off its 2015 season on Thursday night.

Get up to speed on the key storylines to follow around the league in this interactive graphic from The Canadian Press:

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