10
Jun

Season Preview: Hamilton Tigercats

The Hamilton Tiger-Cats will be the East’s representative in the 2011 Grey cup. Their core of Veterans, lead by Kevin Glenn, and a very healthy mix of young players make the Tiger-Cats ready to take the next step in 2011. With the addition of Avon Cobourne to the line up, the Cats have added a […]

28
Apr

Ticats: Building around the O-line

Courtesy Hamilton Spectator: The quarterbacking is sound. The running attack is promising. And the linebacking appears to be set. But GM Bob O’Billovich is upfront about the strength of the 2008 Hamilton Tiger-Cats. It’s the offensive line. Indeed, the Ticats boast their best Canadian talent in that area. And it’s also the unit that will […]

22
Apr

Cats’ see extra pick on horizon

Courtesy Hamilton Spectator: Speculation that the Montreal Alouettes will forfeit a first-round draft pick because of a salary cap violation has Bob O’Billovich smiling these days. While there has been no formal word from the Canadian Football League headquarters — some of the eight teams are still reviewing the league audit results — word has […]

19
Apr

Ti-Cats scoop Als draft pick

Courtesy Hamilton Spectator: It seems the Montreal Alouettes will have to do with one less first-round pick in this month’s CFL Canadian college draft. Two league sources said yesterday the Alouettes will be fined and stripped of a first-round pick in the draft, which goes April 30, as a result of surpassing the CFL’s 2007 […]

19
Apr

Cats’ Hage inked through 2010

Courtesy Hamilton Spectator: The Hamilton Tiger-Cats have opted to make Lebanon-born centre Marwan Hage one of the best-paid offensive linemen in the Canadian Football League. The four-year Tiger-Cat veteran has signed a new contract with the club that will keep him in black and gold until after the 2010 season. While terms of the new […]

16
Apr

Jamacia Jackson: Irregular heart beat cause of death

Courtesy Toronto Star: A coroner said yesterday that linebacker Jamacia Jackson, who spent last season with the Hamilton Tiger-Cats, died from an irregular heartbeat caused by an enlarged heart. The 26-year-old Jackson was found unresponsive Monday at his girlfriend’s home and was later pronounced dead at hospital. Sumter County coroner Verna Moore said that an […]

10
Apr

Dunbrack not ready to call it a career

Courtesy Hamilton Spectator: A decade of pro ball. Nine different head coaches. Scores of GMs. Former Tiger-Cat defensive lineman Roger Dunbrack says he has seen it all over the course of his pro career. But the Dundas native yearns for more. Released this off-season by the Ticats after three years of service in the black […]