The Canadian Football League is looking at a number of scenarios as they look ahead toward the summer in the wake of COVID-19.
According to TSN Football Insider Farhan Lalji, the CFL is not considering moving the Grey Cup set for Nov. 22 in Regina at this time, but what constitutes a "credible season" is being worked through. A shortened eight-game season has been discussed with teams playing one another once and beginning on Labour Day.
Being told that as the @cfl looks at a number of possibilities, they are not considering moving the Grey Cup from Nov 22nd in Regina at this time. What constitutes a “credible season” is being worked through. 8 games has been discussed (play each team once) starting Labor Day.— Farhan Lalji (@FarhanLaljiTSN) March 25, 2020
Training camps were originally supposed to begin in mid-May with the start of the regular season kicking off on June 11.