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Suitor: Rules Committee appears in favour of reviewable DPI

Defensive pass interference was one of 13 discussion points when the Rules Committee met on Wednesday but not surprisingly, DPI was the topic that dominated the meeting, and if the unofficial show of hands was any indication, this rule change proposal will in fact be passed and presented to the Board. ...more

Suitor: QB decisions already on the table for Redblacks

After extending congratulations to Canada's Olympic athletes and admiring the style of Mike Babcock's coaching, TSN football analyst Glen Suitor breaks down the potential quarterback controversy that's already taking shape in the early days of the expansion Redblacks. ...more

Suitor: Calvillo a story of perseverance, class, humility

From playing against him on the field to covering him as a journalist, TSN's Glen Suitor has had an up-close look at the career of Anthony Calvillo for the past two decades. On the day of the quarterback's retirement, Suitor pays tribute to Calvillo, the player and Calvillo, the man. ...more

Suitor: How will the CFL improve the officiating?

A quick look in the rearview mirror at the 2013 CFL season and we see a year that the league head offices can use as a spring board to an even bigger and better future, with the exception of one pressing question that just doesn't seem to ever go away: How will the league improve the officiating? CFL on TSN analyst Glen Suitor has more. ...more

Suitor: Redblacks' first win came at the CFL Expansion Draft

On Monday, the Ottawa Redblacks registered the first win of their inaugural season. It won't count for two points in the standings in 2014 but in Monday's CFL Expansion Draft, Ottawa GM Marcel Desjardins and his staff picked the 24 players that will become the foundation for the new franchise in Ottawa, and all indications are that they got it right. TSN's Glen Suitor has more. ...more

Suitor: It's next year country for the Bombers and Eskimos

Professional athletes will often say, "it's never as good as it looks when you win, nor is it as bad as it looks when you lose." As we head into the final week of the regular season it will be the last chance to take a look at both the Edmonton Eskimos and the Winnipeg Blue Bombers and try and figure out if it was as bad as it looked. TSN football analyst Glen Suitor explains. ...more

Suitor: Simon proud of feats but winning still top priority

Geroy Simon is very proud of his accomplishments and appreciates the fact that the league, the teams he has played for, and the fans want to recognize those achievements. He just doesn't want it to effect his team's chance to win a football game. Glen Suitor has more. ...more

Suitor: Quarterback coaches should be mandatory in CFL

What do Bo Levi Mitchell, Drew Willy, and Zach Collaros all have in common, other than the fact that all won their first start in 2013 despite having very little experience? They all play on teams that have a former CFL quarterback on their coaching staffs. Quarterback coaches should be mandatory in football, and it has to be someone who played in the league. ...more

Suitor: Calvillo, Alouettes adjusting to new system

For the first four weeks of the regular season, the Montreal Alouettes - led by arguably the greatest quarterback in CFL history - struggled badly offensively. And as Glen Suitor writes, it remains to be seen how long it will take for everyone to learn the new way of thinking under head coach Dan Hawkins and offensive coordinator Mike Miller. ...more

Suitor: Parity rules over first two weeks of CFL campaign

After the first two weeks of the regular season in the CFL, parity seems to be the word to best describe what has unfolded. The Saskatchewan Roughriders are the only 2-0 team, and the Tiger-Cats are the only 0-2 team but could easily have been in the .500 club if not for a dropped screen pass in the second-to-last play of Week 1 versus the Argos. ...more

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