Calgary Stampeders News Roundup for August 19, 2014

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    Calgary Stampeders News Roundup for August 19, 2014

    Videos
    Comments: Coach Huff

    Coach Hufnagel spoke to the media follwing run down at McMahon.
    http://stampeders.com/video/index/id/100969


    Comments: Cornish
    RB Jon Cornish spoke to the media and plans to practice this week.
    http://stampeders.com/video/index/id/100971


    Comments: Price and Fuller
    Receivers Maurice Price and Jeff Fuller give injury updates to the media.
    http://stampeders.com/video/index/id/100973


    The Breakdown: Cunningham kick return
    Sederrik Cunningham breaks down his 48-yard kickoff return against Hamilton.
    http://stampeders.com/video/index/id/100979


    Audio
    Huff dealing with more injuries

    Stampeders head coach and GM John Hufnagel joins Boomer on the morning show to discuss more injuries on his roster and squaring up against the Redblacks this weekend.
    http://pmd.fan960.com/audio_on_demand_2013/John-Hufnagel-with-Dean-Molberg-DM-20140819-Interview.mp3


    News
    Stamps running back Jon Cornish says he's ready to return from concussion

    The summer vacation is now over, and Jon Cornish can’t wait to get back to business.
    Since June 28, the Calgary Stampeders star running back has been told to rest, relax his mind and sit around quietly.
    For a noted busybody — one that works part-time at TD Canada Trust in his spare time — the time away was part agonizing, part reflective.
    http://www.calgaryherald.com/sports/football/calgary-stampeders/Stampeders star running back Cornish/10128438/story.html


    Domestic abuse familiar topic to Stampeders’ Keon Raymond
    Keon Raymond remembers his first night in Seattle, after his mother had driven more than 2,000 miles from their home in St. Louis.
    Exhausted, scared, suddenly a single-mother of three and most important, free from an abusive relationship that had stretched back as far as he could remember, Raymond’s mother, Darlene Hall, finally let it go.
    http://www.calgaryherald.com/sports/Domestic abuse familiar topic Stampeders Keon Raymond/10129030/story.html


    Stamps notes: Injuries to Fuller and Johnson will hurt
    Quite often the same word is used to describe both Jeff Fuller and Micah Johnson: Beast.
    In the foreseeable future, a different word will be used when discussing the two Calgary Stampeders players: Injured.
    Or unlucky. Take your pick.
    http://www.calgaryherald.com/sports/football/calgary-stampeders/Calgary Stampeders notes Injuries/10129047/story.html


    Ready to return? Cornish could be back in Week 9
    Stampeder running back Jon Cornish is ready to rumble again.
    The CFL's most valuable player and leading rusher last season has been out of Calgary's lineup with concussion symptoms since the first game of the season.
    The Stampeders have Tuesday off and Cornish says he'll be back to full practice Wednesday. He says he intends to play Sunday in Ottawa against the REDBLACKS.
    http://www.cfl.ca/article/ready-to-return-cornish-could-be-back-in-week-9


    Jon Cornish returns to practice after season-opener concussion
    Something good can come from a concussion.
    For Calgary Stampeders star running back Jon Cornish, it was actually having a summer vacation for the first time in his adult life.
    “I was able to take care of a few things around the house and sit out and barbecue a few times,” Cornish said Monday after the team’s brief rundown practice at McMahon Stadium. “It sucked not playing football, but you’ve got to find the positives in everything, and I found the positives in this experience.”
    http://www.calgarysun.com/2014/08/18/jon-cornish-returns-to-practice-after-season-opener-concussion


    Micah Johnson, Jeff Fuller felled by injury in Calgary Stampeders win
    It’s not a Calgary Stampeders game without another key player being seriously injured.
    Or, in the case of last weekend’s tilt, two players.
    Defensive lineman Micah Johnson — who has arguably been the team’s best player this season — suffered a knee injury in Saturday’s 30-20 CFL win over the Hamilton Tiger-Cats.
    And the extent of the injury isn’t yet known.
    “It now looks like he will be out for a while,” GM/head coach John Hufnagel said Monday.
    http://www.calgarysun.com/2014/08/1...er-felled-by-injury-in-calgary-stampeders-win
     

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