Wednesday, June 28, 2017

CFL Apparently Has New Commissioner

Reports from Winnipeg Wednesday night suggest the Canadian Football League has found its new commissioner, and it is a former player.

An announcement is expected within days from the league saying ex-offensive lineman Randy Ambrosie is the successor to Jeffery Orridge who resigned the position earlier this year.

Ambrosie is the former secretary of the CFL Players’ Association, and was the runner-up when the CFL hired Orridge back in March 2015.

The 54-year-old Winnipeg native played nine seasons in the CFL, winning the 1993 Grey Cup with the Eskimos in his final season.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

RIP Dave Semenko