Who's the next BIG RETIRE in CFL?

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  1. Bronko

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    Obviously Anothony Calvillo comes to mind but after AC what gives?

    1. Ricky Ray (I really think this old pro has at least 2, maybe 3 good years left)

    2. Kevin Glenn (he's 33 now and looks 37/38) - I suspect Kev will play out the string with Calgary this year but don't know if he wants to keep getting his head and body planted.

    3. Cory Boyd - still strong, but can he keep concussion free?

    4. Josh Bourke, Geroid Simon, Arland Bruce - Bourke looks great at 32, Simon looks decent at 36 or 37, Bruce is a spot receiver, he's only 33. I suspect Simon has this year, maybe next left before Wally makes the decision for him.

    5. Terrence Edwards - a virtual old man in Wpg at 33, not nearly as dominate as previous years.

    6. Any others - can't remember too many guys in the 36 to 40 category like Makowski, Stegall, AC, etc.
     
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    The way AC has started the season leading the league in passing yards he's on his way to securing another starting spot next year.
     
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    AC should retire before he becomes a parody of himself & the Als have a difficullt decision to make. Retire when this season is over, AC. For your own good.
     
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    speaking of retirees. a big happy birthday to bomber alumni Joe Poplawski and Greg Bearman today.
     
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    Now Poplawski, he was a player... We traded Tom Scott to the Eskis to get that guy & I'd say that was one trade that worked out for both teams very well. Maybe better for Winnipeg (even though he won only 1 GC) as Joe Pops was a Canadian receiver...
     

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