Winnipeg Blue Bombers

Graphic by Justin Ladia.

Turnaround for the Blue

Two weeks ago, the tone for the Winnipeg Blue Bombers was bleak and gloomy. But in the highly volatile Canadian Football League (CFL) things can change in a week, and did things ever change for the Bombers.

Andrew Harris. Photo provided by Rheanna Marcoux

Harris signing brings life to Bombers

Arguably the biggest addition the Bombers have made this offseason, however, was bringing in national running back Andrew Harris – a Winnipeg native who grew up playing high school football at both Grant Park and Oak Park.

Photo by Bram Keast

Scrambling to reach mediocrity

Despite not posting the worst record in the CFL, the Winnipeg Blue Bombers can still be considered the worst in one very important area: their depth at the QB position. Without a capable backup behind injured starter Drew Willy, the Bombers have nowhere to go but down.

Graphic provided by Aichelle Sayuno

Green with envy

A storied Rivalry There is no denying the history between the Winnipeg Blue Bombers and the Saskatchewan Roughriders. There is an intrinsic rivalry and sense…

Sports-stadium-Photo by BEIBEI LU

A year of disappointment

This past year was full of challenges for Winnipeg sports teams. The Bombers and Goldeyes failed to make the playoffs and the Jets have continued…

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Help needed!

Newly-appointed Winnipeg Blue Bomber president and CEO Wade Miller made the first decision of the 2013 off-season, firing Tim Burke as head coach on Nov….


Into the wild

The Blue Bombers’ “magical” first season at Investors Group Field (IGF) is in the books. They finished the season with a record of 3-15, missed…

Photo by: Marc Lagace

No more passing the Buck

Only six weeks into the 2013 CFL season, and unfortunately for the Bombers and their fans, the biggest news stories surrounding the team have occurred…