The Toronto Argonauts slim playoff chances grew even slimmer after the 48-20 Thanksgiving beatdown they were served by the Calgary Stampeders Monday at BMO Field.
HAMILTON — Spencer Watt is a man on a mission. The 27-year-old Hamilton Tiger-Cats wide receiver wants to prove that he’s fully recovered from a ruptured achilles that caused him to miss the entire 2015 season. He’s putting the CFL on notice. “I really want to make a statement to show that my achilles hasn’t bothered […]
Diontae Spencer has a tough task this season. The second-year Toronto Argonauts wide receiver, will most likely be the man responsible for filling the void left by the departure of the team’s face of the franchise for several years, Chad Owens. Owens, now with the Hamilton Tiger-Cats, joined the Argonauts back in 2010, and for […]
4/20—for April 20 is the international cannabis culture holiday and Torontonians will be marching to Yonge-Dundas square to rally for the legalization of recreational marijuana use.
Toronto has yet to experience an athlete with a resume. like Peyton Manning or even a Tom Brady. But, the city has had their fair share of witnessing greatness from almost every one of their major sports teams.
In many ways Toronto is a great city. But for all of its merits there is one way Toronto is a cesspool and arguably the worst city in North America: the quality of its professional sports teams. Over the last two decades this town has put on a clinic in sporting ineptitude, leaving an entire generation with no recollection of a major North American championship.
The Toronto Argonauts announced in a press release on April 10 they will hold their 2014 CFL Training Camp at York University.