2012 BC Lions training camp: Quarterback club

Mike Reilly

NWSB Insider and BC Lions blogger Steve Lee brings us the CFL training camp update for the Lions 2012 quarterback competition. BC Lions fans have experienced their fair share of drama at the pivot spot over the last decade. Travis Lulay, Mike Reilly, Corey Leonard, Jordan Yantz, and Thomas DeMarco are all vying for a roster spot.

Thomas Demarco? Don’t let this BC Lions signing go unnoticed!

thomas demarco

NWSB Insider and BC Lions blogger Phil “The bartender” Slater isn’t suggesting that backup QB Thomas DeMarco could usurp Travis Lulay as starter for the Lions this season but watch out for him in the future. A vet of Old Dominion, DeMarco brings a lot to the table, inclucling more importantly, a small college resume. The CFL proves year in and year out: it’s not where you come from, it’s how you play…

The five players I wish still played ball for my B.C. Lions

Cameron Wake

C-Mac one of our BC Lions bloggers tells us If the Lions can keep the 2011 Grey Cup championship team together, they have the potential to quickly add to their list of cup triumphs. As good as this team was, imagine how fearsome they could be with some of these past Lions greats. James Parker, Mervyn Fernandez, Lui Passaglia, Roy Dewalt, and Cameron Wake. WOW.

Travis Lulay Profile: Will BC QB “Big Red” head for greener pastures?

Travis Lulay

Steve Lee our BC Lions blogger weighs in with some thoughts on the play of quarterback Travis Lulay. While it would be a shame and a huge loss for the Lions to see Lulay head south, the path taken by Mervyn Fernandez, Jeff Garcia, Doug Flutie and Warren Moon shines a light on the road that lies ahead.

Top 5 B.C. Lions Quarterbacks In Team History

Roy Dewalt was "THE MAN" in BC From 1980-1987

Listen up BC Lions fans, we’ve got a good read here for you. Fun take by Steve Lee as he weighs in with his top five BC Lions quarterbacks in the great history of BC football. Dave Dickenson, Damon Allen, Roy Dewalt, Joe Paopao are all mentioned.

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