Some good came out of another Argos loss.
Dalton Bell will be at the helm for the Boatmen this Saturday, and he’ll be lining up against his former team, the Saskatchewan Roughriders.
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.
[audio:http://torontoobserver.ca/wp-content/uploads/2010/09/rod_foley_podcast.mp3|titles=rod_foley_podcast]Ricky Foley’s athleticism extends well beyond the football field. His ability to do 180-degree flips is almost something out of a circus act, but it has nothing to do with his on-field abilities. The pride of…
Time is running out for the Toronto Argonauts to right the ship and make a playoff run.
A day after he criticized Toronto Argonauts coach Bart Andrus for not naming a starter for their upcoming game, quarterback Kerry Joseph cleared the air and explained his comments to reporters.