Naylor: Tradition has won the day at Super Bowl XLV

Let's assume that when Jerry Jones pictured the very first Super Bowl week in Dallas, it featured the Cowboys in their shiny new stadium and a mild week of North Texas sunshine. Instead he got an ice storm and a showdown between the Green Bay Packers and Pittsburgh Steelers. ...more

Naylor: Football runs deep through Matthews' family tree

David Naylor is at the Senior Bowl in Mobile, Alabama, and on Wednesday he spoke to linebacker Casey Matthews. If the Manning family is the NFL's first family of quarterbacks, than the Matthews' clan can lay claim to that distinction at linebacker. ...more

Naylor: Calvillo reveals secret amidst Grey Cup celebration

Anthony Calvillo had no plan to break the news amid the Grey Cup celebration, to tell the country what had been weighing on his mind since summer. But the emotion had been bottled up since the time the doctors told him about a lesion on his thyroid, followed by a biopsy that had proved inconclusive. ...more

Naylor: CFL ready to announce expansion draft formula

The CFL is expected to announce sometime next week that it has approved the expansion draft formula under which Ottawa will re-enter the league in 2013. It is believed that existing teams will be able to protect one quarterback and 10 import players during the first round of the draft, with Ottawa selecting a maximum of two quarterbacks. ...more

Naylor: Life is good at the moment for commissioner Cohon

It's been an awfully long time since any CFL commissioner has been able to deliver a buoyant report on the league's affairs the way Mark Cohon was able to do Friday morning in Edmonton. ...more

Naylor: Regina family cheering for "the wrong side"

There aren't many homes in Regina that don't have a single Saskatchewan Roughrider item in them, especially at Grey Cup time. But Phil and Norma Flory's is one of them. ...more

Naylor: Miller, Trestman intersect at Grey Cup

They've sat side-by-side at the head coaches' table to kick off Grey Cup Week for two consecutive years. But Montreal's Marc Trestman and Saskatchewan's Ken Miller could not have taken more different paths to get here. David Naylor explains. ...more

Naylor: Barker unsure whether Lemon can be star in CFL

If there's a down side to the 2010 Toronto Argonaut season it is that the team seems no closer to learning who its quarterback of the future will be than it was a year ago. It was hard to miss how abruptly the message in that regard changed from head coach Jim Barker on Monday, one day after his offence sputtered yet again in a 48-17 loss to Montreal in Sunday's Eastern Final. ...more

Naylor: Argonauts face questions at the quarterback position

The biggest question facing the Toronto Argonauts this off-season is what they will do at quarterback for 2011. The Argos ranked last in most passing categories with Lemon making all but one start. And in the post-season the offence failed demonstrated any degree of consistency. ...more

Naylor: Alouettes make it look easy against Argonauts

It's a scene that is oh-so-familiar to those who follow Canadian football. The Montreal Alouettes, well rested and high-performing, pounding an opponent before a huge crowd at Olympic Stadium en route to booking a trip to the Grey Cup. ...more

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