News Calgary Stampeders News Roundup for July 23, 2013

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    Calgary Stampeders News Roundup for July 23, 2013

    The Calgary Stampeders face an East Division opponent for a third consecutive week on Friday as they travel to Winnipeg to play their first game at the Blue Bombers’ new home, Investors Group Field. Kickoff is 6 p.m.

    For the past two seasons, Fred Bennett has been a fixture in the Calgary Stampeders secondary.

    Wait weighs Hefney on Calgary Stampeder defensive back
    Jonathan Hefney knows he’ll get another chance.
    But that doesn’t make the wait any easier.

    Still a mystery who will get QB start for Calgary Stampeders vs. Winnipeg Blue Bombers on Friday
    It was a role reversal of sorts.
    Two days after going down in the third quarter against the Montreal Alouettes, Kevin Glenn rested his wonky elbow when the Calgary Stampeders started their work week Monday afternoon at McMahon Stadium.

    Stamps quietly explored trading Nik Lewis in off-season after twitter firestorm
    Over the span of his 10-year CFL career, Nik Lewis has committed various and sundry transgressions in the eyes of the officials.
    But this past winter, the punishing slotback figured he had stepped offside in the eyes of his employer for the last time.

    Stampeders’ quarterback situation up in the air ahead of Friday’s contest in Winnipeg
    A lot of balls are in the air — and none of them put there by Kevin Glenn.
    Monday afternoon — as the Calgary Stampeders began stewing over their latest bit of quarterback uncertainty — Glenn did no throwing in practice.

    Stamps preparing carefully for Bombers’ vaunted quarterback hunters
    The Calgary Stampeders are going to have to stop a ferocious pass rush if they’re going to beat the Winnipeg Blue Bombers on Friday at Investors Group Field.

    Growing coaching hot seat in Montreal after Als had no answer for rallying Stamps
    Recycling was a way of life in the Canadian Football League long before residents of cities like Calgary and Regina started filling blue carts with glass jars and scrap paper.

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