CFLPA tells its players to not make any appearances for CFL office

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TORONTO — The CFL Players’ Association has fired back at the league for instructing teams not to pay off-season bonuses to players until after a new collective bargaining agreement is ratified. The union issued a letter Monday to its membership requesting players refrain from participating in any activity with the CFL office. It told players […]

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