Keep up-to-date on all the latest news and transactions from around the CFL on TSN.ca.
Updated: Sunday, August 31, 2014 2:31 PM
Aug 14, 4:08 PM - Hamilton
The Hamilton Tiger-Cats announced today that the team has released international defensive back/receiver James Rogers. - Team Release
Aug 12, 4:34 PM - Hamilton
The Hamilton Tiger-Cats have added international receiver Joe Hills to their practice roster, the team announced today. - Team Release
Aug 9, 9:38 AM - Hamilton
X-rays on CJ Gable's foot came back inconclusive. Gable, who had a walking boot on after the game, will be re-evaluated in Hamilton. - TSN
Jul 29, 1:38 PM - Hamilton
Head coach Kent Austin says S Craig Butler (foot) & KR/WR Brandon Banks (leg) are out for Thursday's game against the Blue Bombers. - TSN
DB Harold Mutobola and DE Kiante Tripp were added to the practice roster on Tuesday. - Team Release
Jul 16, 11:40 AM - Hamilton
A line featuring tackles Marc Dile and Joel Figueroa, centre Mike Filer and guards Pete Dyakowski and Greg Wojt would likely be a pretty good one. Unfortunately, every single one of them are sidelined by injury.
The Ticats are currently employing three Americans by using Brian Simmons - a starting tackle much of the last three seasons - at guard. Simmons will get his second start at guard this week against Calgary along with fellow guard Landon Rice and veteran centre Tim O'Neill. But the team will start a new tackle for the third straight week, most likely Jeremy Lewis who was signed on Sunday.
Receiver Andy Fantuz practised for a third straight day and head coach Kent Austin sounded optimistic about his return Friday in Calgary... Among the players who didn't practise on Tuesday: receiver Cary Koch, offensive linemen Greg Wojt and Joel Figueroa as well as linebackers Rico Murray and Beau Landry. - Hamilton Spectator
The Tiger-Cats have added international defensive back Ed Gainey to the practice roster. - Team Release
Jul 15, 11:51 AM - Hamilton
Hamilton Ticats head coach Kent Austin told the assembled masses after Monday's practice that Jeremiah Masoli would start at quarterback against the Calgary Stampeders in this week's Canadian Football League tilt.
Receiver Greg Ellingson and defensive tackle Bryan Hall - both of whom missed the game against Edmonton on July 5 - practised Monday, as did halfback Brandon Stewart, who sat out much of Sunday's session. Among the Ticats not taking part, however: receiver Cary Koch, offensive linemen Greg Wojt and Joel Figueroa, as well as linebacker Rico Murray. - Hamilton Spectator
Jul 14, 1:18 PM - Hamilton
Kent Austin suggests none of us read too much into Jeremiah Masoli's workload during first-day-back but the Ole Miss quarterback got the bulk of snaps with the first-team offence.
WR Cary Koch and LB Rico Murray were not practicing Monday. - Hamilton Spectator
Linebacker Christopher Johnson, the team's fifth-round pick in the 2014 CFL Draft, international running back Sam Ojuri, and international offensive lineman Jake Olson have been added to the practice roster.
RB Tavoy Moore, RB Isi Sofele, DT Myles Wade, and OT D.J. Young were all released. - Team Release
Jul 13, 2:13 PM - Hamilton
Head coach Kent Austin said quarterback Zach Collaros won't play against the Calgary Stampeders on Friday after the 25-year-old suffered a head injury in Hamilton's 28-24 loss against the Edmonton Eskimos on July 4. Austin did not call the injury a concussion and had no time table for his return. Ticats receiver Andy Fantuz participated in his first full practice since suffering a concussion in the pre-season and Austin is hopeful he'll play against the Stampeders if he doesn't suffer setbacks. - TSN
Jul 13, 10:57 AM - Hamilton
The Hamilton Tiger-Cats signed international quarterback Jacory Harris and international offensive lineman Jeremy Lewis on Sunday. The club also announced they've moved national kicker/punter Brett Lauther to the practice roster and placed international defensive end Brandon Thurmond on the six-game injured list. - Team Release
Jul 5, 7:42 PM - Hamilton
QB Zach Collaros was injured midway through the second quarter when he was levelled by Eskimos defensive end Odell Willis, the crown of his helmet smashing into the quarterback's face mask. Collaros lay motionless on the ground before leaving the field under his own power several minutes later. He did not return. - Hamilton Spectator