With all the panic about who's gonna jump ship and bolt to the NFL and thus make a high draft pick useless I'd like to propose a revision: Something like any canadian player who's drafted in the first two rounds by a CFL team must report to that team and sign a minimum 1 + 1 contract. Helps us with high-level canadian talent, protects canadians from being training camp fodder in NFL and builds on existing strong relationship with NFL. One caveat. If an NFL team picks a canadian prospect (doesn't matter if the kid is playing NCAA or CIS) IN THE FIRST ROUND, then and only then would the rule be scurried. (ie. the player could report to either his NFL or CFL drafter, not bound to either, rights remain for the period of his first contract) The only thing that changes is the CFL team doesn't have to panic unless they're certain the NFL is going to pick their guy in the first round. Like to hear what Rids and the rest of the guys who follow drafts and draft regulations think of this . . .