Welcome to our live blog of the 2017 CFL Draft. We will be covering some of the social stuff leading up to the draft itself as well as updating all of the BC Lions picks as they happen.
TSN’s Marshall Ferguson and Krown University Countdown analyst Gord Randall join the Pawdcast to break down the 2017 CFL Draft this weekend.
The 2016 CFL Draft is now in the books and following a couple of trades the BC Lions had eight picks in the eight round draft. Here is our recap of all their picks.
It was a crazy afternoon with several trades coming down and the Lions were front and centre, trading their 5th overall pick for QB Kevin Glenn. They also drafted a couple of local kids. Meet your new BC Lions.
Some CFL Draft Eve reading suggestions and who to follow for tomorrow’s CFL Draft.
With just two practices to go by, here are a couple of observations so far as we report from training camp in Kamloops. Careful what you wish for. The weather up in Kamloops is summer like and the morning Friday practice was very warm. Another practice goes this afternoon at 3:00, but players will not […]
The 2013 CFL Canadian College Draft has come and gone and it will likely be sometime before the BC Lions see what they got from this year’s group of picks. Some are projects, some may look south of the border. Let’s take a look at the newest members of the Pride as we try and learn a bit more about them.
A few weeks ago we brought you a story on the off-season training regimen of veteran corner back Dante Marsh. Marsh has carved out a nice career in BC, but it started because of dedication and a will to realize his dreams. At the other end of the spectrum, there are always young players who […]
Jim Mullin – Special to BCLionsDen.ca Barring a last second shift, BC is not in the plans for Kirby Fabien but Plan B and Plan C is. The planned return of Fabien, the seventh overall pick by the Lions, to the Canada West is not going down well in Lions headquarters. Only a surprise contract […]
The BC Lions had a chance to bolster their offensive and defensive lines in the 2012 Canadian College draft and they did just that selecting two offensive linemen, one defensive lineman and a linebacker they may convert into a fullback. Here is a recap of the Lions work for the day, and on paper it […]