MODDEJONGE: Fearless predictions for the 2019 CFL season

  Edmonton Sun 

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With the 2019 Canadian Football League season set to kick off Thursday, football reporter Gerry Moddejonge offers his bold predictions on where things will shake out after an off-season of roster rejigging from coast to coast: WEST DIVISION 1st Place: B.C. Lions (11-7) For general manager Ed Hervey, it was an offseason of bold moves. With […]

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