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May 28, 2014


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More overnight rugby if this deal doesn't get done. From the outside Cohon seems like a good commissioner - fair and reasonable as well. That said, I don't know the ins and outs of the CFL's front office. I really like this league but it seems in a bind. Owners lose money (and this seems more believable than say, Jerry Jones crying poverty), the league seems one franchise from max-ing out its available revenue, yet these players work half a year, but must stay in training condition all year for $60k?


The CFL could make $ from a "best of the CFL" 30 minute show that U.S. sports channels would gobble up as low-cost programming. A larger U.S. TV contract would bring the league more $. The players and owners are poor enough that they should be able to figure something out. I still have hope. Don't want overnight rugby.

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