Argos’ open home-and-home with Als

A date with the Hamilton Tiger-Cats in the East Division semi-final has been set for Nov. 14, but The Toronto Argonauts (8-8) can’t look that far ahead of themselves. First they must close out their season with a open a home-and-home set against the first place Montreal Alouettes (11-5), beginning Friday at the Rogers Centre.

Danny Brannagan enjoying the fruits of his labour

Going from league MVP of a national champion to the practice roster of the Toronto Argonauts may not be the path most football players dream about.

But that’s the reality for Danny Brannagan, a Queen’s University star trying to do the impossible: make it as a Canadian quarterback in the CFL.

Lemon still a question mark to start

Cleo Lemon has been downgraded to the role of spectator for precautionary reasons, as he recovers from a concussion he suffered against Edmonton, in Moncton last Sunday. As a result, Toronto’s second-stringer Dalton Bell took the first-team snaps Tuesday, and Barker said if Lemon was not ready to dress by Thursday’s practice, Bell would get the start Saturday against Saskatchewan.

Argos’ Lemon looks to bounce back against Lions

Just two weeks ago, the Argos (5-4) were the toast of the town after moving into a tie for first with Montreal in the East Division after a 37-22 win over the Alouettes on August 14th. After a second straight loss to the Ti-Cats on Labour Day, Cleo Lemon’s ability to head the offence is again being questioned.