David Braley, a prominent Hamilton businessman and philanthropist and owner of the B.C. Lions, has been admitted to a hospital in Vancouver.
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The Hamilton Tiger-Cats have signed general manager, head coach and vice-president of football operations Kent Austin to a contract extension.
Will Smith's new movie Concussion comes to theatres on Christmas Day and it's bound to make NFL fans, players, owners and league management very uncomfortable. Sports Illustrated writer Emily Kaplan explains why.
The Hamilton Tiger-Cats could still be without starting quarterback Zach Collaros when next season begins.
Defensive end Eric Norwood was injured in last Sunday's East semifinal, the latest of many injuries to hit the key defensive unit this year.
The Hamilton Tiger-Cats acquired Canadian defensive back Mike Edem from the Montreal Alouettes for two draft picks Wednesday.
A large part of being a world-class athlete is meticulous preparation. But nothing could have prepared Edmonton's Annamay Pierse and Burlington's Mark Oldershaw for the arrival of their first child — almost three months early.
With star quarterback Zach Collaros out for the season, backup Jeff Mathews takes the helm of the Hamilton Tiger-Cats offence and will try to keep the team's drive to the Grey Cup alive on Friday against the visiting Calgary Stampeders (7:30 p.m. ET).
Tiger-Cats quarterback Zach Collaros appeared outside the locker room Tuesday, clearly "bummed" by his season-ending knee injury.
The Hamilton Tiger-Cats’ Grey Cup hopes were dealt a significant blow Monday when the team announced that star quarterback Zach Collaros will miss the rest of the 2015 CFL season with a knee injury.