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Updated: Thursday, August 28, 2014 6:35 PM



Jul 29, 12:26 PM - Winnipeg

Winnipeg
Slotback Nick Moore did not practice on Tuesday and is doubtful to play Thursday. It appears LG Chris Greaves will start. - TSN Radio 1290

Jul 21, 10:24 AM - Winnipeg

Winnipeg
RB Sam McGuffie and LB Kyle Jones were added to the practice roster on Monday. - Team Release

Jul 16, 11:33 AM - Winnipeg

Winnipeg
The Blue Bombers made two roster changes for their game Thursday against the Eskimos: Romby Bryant for Aaron Kelly and Zach Anderson for Kashawn Fraser. - Winnipeg Sun

Jul 15, 11:52 AM - Winnipeg

Winnipeg
Aaron Kelly's status for Thursday's big clash with the Eskimos is up in the air. The 6-foot-5 pass catcher, who is fourth in CFL receiving yards, missed practice Monday because he was seeing the doctor about his injured left knee, which he hurt originally in practice last week. Romby Bryant and Brett Carter were practising in Kelly's spot Monday, but head coach Mike O'Shea didn't have a guess on Kelly's status. - Winnipeg Sun

The Blue Bombers acquired international quarterback Josh Portis from Toronto, in exchange for a conditional draft choice. - Team Release

Jul 14, 1:54 PM - Winnipeg

Winnipeg
The Winnipeg Blue Bombers today announced the club has released international running back Will Ford. - Team Release

It looks like Cory Watson's hamstring pull is going to keep the slotback out for a third consecutive week. Head coach Mike O'Shea reported Sunday that Watson, left guard Chris Greaves (knee) and safety Moe Leggett (ankle) are unlikely to play on Thursday against the Edmonton Eskimos. - Winnipeg Sun

Jul 14, 10:15 AM - Winnipeg

Winnipeg
International receiver Taveon Rogers and International quarterback Mason Mills were added to the practice roster. - Team Release

Jul 12, 1:06 PM - Winnipeg

Winnipeg
The Bombers announced they've acquired international linebacker Abraham Kromah from Hamilton in exchange for future considerations. - Team Release

Jul 11, 2:25 PM - Winnipeg

Winnipeg
Winnipeg will move Johnny Sears to safety to replace the injured Maurice Leggett. There were fears that receiver Aaron Kelly would sit out, but head coach Mike O'Shea said he's ready to play. - Canadian Press

Jul 9, 1:25 PM - Winnipeg

Winnipeg
Bombers head coach Mike O'Shea revealed Tuesday afternoon starting import safety Maurice Leggett - a part-time participant in practice at Investors Group Field on Tuesday - has a bad ankle and might not play Friday in Montreal against the Alouettes.

Non-import defensive back Donovan Alexander -- who missed all of training camp with an injury of his own -- took some first-team reps at safety Tuesday and would be a logical choice to replace Leggett if cannot go. - Winnipeg Free Press

Jul 9, 11:08 AM - Winnipeg

Winnipeg
National linebacker Teague Sherman and National defensive tackle Jake Thomas have both signed extensions with the club. - Team Release


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