COURTICE - Mike Kashak has grown accustomed to playing for top-notch football programs, and he's expecting that tradition to continue now that he's property of the Calgary Stampeders. Kashak, a six-foot, 243-pound defensive lineman from Courtice, was ...
Now 28 years old and heading into his first training camp with the Calgary Stampeders, Campbell's janitorial experience isn't going to be needed.
0521cfl Stamps Dan Federkeil is carted off the field during CFL action in Calgary, Alta. between the Edmonton Eskimos and the Calgary Stampeders at McMahon Stadium on Saturday October 10, 2015. Jim Wells/Calgary Sun/Postmedia Network. Article ...
Colleen De Neve/ Calgary Herald CALGARY, AB -- AUGUST 19, 2015 -- Calgary Stampeders running back William Langlais (number 23), got some instruction from special teams coordinator Mark Kilam during practice at McMahon Stadium on August 19, ...
But on the eve of action at McMahon Stadium - rookies report Wednesday and hit the field Thursday, veterans join them Sunday - the Calgary Stampeders' brand-new head coach sits at the podium. Talking about his players, his squad, his camp, his way.
Defining a breakout season isn't exactly easy. The definition is usually based on what the expectations were in the first place, so it can be different for each player.
BRADENTON, FL - APRIL 17: DT Quayshawne Buckley, 92, of the Calgary Stampeders practices during mini camp at IMG Academy in Bradenton, Fla.
After languishing on the Calgary Stampeders practice squad behind stalwart Rene Paredes for much of last season, the McMaster product was shipped to the Riders in the Jerome Messam deal at the trade deadline last October.
It was then off to the Saskatchewan Roughriders for a two-month summer stint, before he was once again released, eventually landing on the Calgary Stampeders practice squad in October. That's when the waters finally started to calm for the 25-year-old.
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Ralph the Dog (L), the Calgary Stampeders mascot, arm-wrestles Harvey the Hound, the Calgary Flames mascot, during Shaw Charity Classic's annual Shootout at the Meadows at Canyon Meadows Golf and Country Club in Calgary, Alta.
WR Greg Wilson, Calgary Stampeders. In a six-game cameo last season, Wilson produced 20 receptions and a touchdown from the wideout spots.
Aptly nicknamed 'Big Play Ray,' the veteran defensive back has spent his entire eight-year CFL career in Calgary. Until now.
By Ryan McCracken on May 28, 2016. NEWS PHOTO RYAN MCCRACKEN - Calgary Stampeders alumnus Joe Forzani tees off from the 11th hole during the 18th annual United Way CFL Alumni Tournament at Medicine Hat Golf and Country Club Friday.
The Monarchs have equipment and uniforms thanks to donations from the Edmonton Eskimos, Calgary Stampeders, and Saskatchewan Roughriders.