News Calgary Stampeders News Roundup for August 30, 2013

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    Calgary Stampeders News Roundup for August 30, 2013

    Milanovich: Threats to Hughes unwarranted
    It drew the ire of some football fans but Toronto head coach Scott Milanovich has no problem with the hit that’s sidelined star quarterback Ricky Ray for approximately six weeks.

    Stamps need ferocious D-line to lead charge against Eskimos
    On a sunny day at McMahon Stadium, chances are you can hear Kris Sweet screaming at his offensive line.
    It’s impressive, really, because Sweet, the former Calgary Stampeders O-line coach, is 295-kilometres north with the Edmonton Eskimos and currently trying to squeeze as much as he can from a group that has been criticized since before the 2013 Canadian Football League season opened.

    Calgary Stampeders WR Maurice Price says he's ready to play
    Maurice Price didn’t do a lot at Thursday’s practice.
    But he did sneak behind a defender to haul in a deep ball during seven-on-seven drills.
    “I mean, that felt good,” Price beamed.
    The Calgary Stampeders wideout hasn’t had many reasons to smile this season as he’s been forced to deal with one nagging injury after another.

    Calgary Stampeders: Glenn Love didn't hesitate when Stamps called
    Glenn Love was going to get into commercial real estate or pharmacutical sales.
    But one call from the Calgary Stampeders was enough to get him on a plane heading back to Canada.
    “I’m glad I got a second chance,” said Love, who was added to the Stamps practice roster Wednesday.
    The 6-foot-4, 225-pounder spent the 2012 season on the B.C. Lions practice roster, so his learning curve won’t be so steep.

    Calgary Stampeders: Juwan Simpson critical of Manziel suspension
    You can’t even call it a slap on the wrist.
    Texas A&M quarterback Johnny Manziel’s half-game suspension has become a running joke.
    Just ask Calgary Stampeders linebacker Juwan Simpson.
    “Suspend him for a half?” Simpson asked. “What kind of mess is that?
    “It should be one or the other. Either do something to him or leave him alone.
    “That’s some bull(bleep). And you can quote that in all caps. I want the vulgar part in there.”

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