BC Lions weigh pros and cons of signing Emmanuel Arcenaux

Emmanuel Arcenaux

NWSB Insider and BC Lions blogger Andrew Deutschmann weighs in today on the reported possible signing by the Leo’s of former Vikings WR Emmanuel Arcenaux. The chase to land the former Lions wideout began at the start of the week when Arceneaux told CKWX he has seen the light and will put his NFL pursuits on hold. Andrew says personally he’d go for it. The opportunity to get a young, bonafide CFL receiver of Arcenaux’s calibre doesn’t come around often.

Nick Hebeler & Rick Klassen join BC Lions Wall of Fame

Nick Hebeler

NWSB insider and BC Lions football blogger Phil Slater tells us about the BC Lions in 2012 honouring on their wall of fame BC bred Defensive Linemen Nick Hebeler and Rick Klassen in 2012. Klassen and Hebeler helped the 1985 front four be equally tremendous and are truly deserving of this fine honour.

State of the Lions: Weekly Notebook | November 24th (Grey Cup Week)

BC Lions Angus Reid

Riley Trottier another one of our men with his pulse on the Vancouver sports beat is back with another edition of the BC Lions Notebook. The November 24th, BC Lions inthe 2011 Grey Cup edition. The Lions season has been spectacular. Most sports movies don’t have a script like this. This season will go down in the history books if Travis Lulay can pull it off.

State of the Lions: Weekly Notebook | November 17th

Andrew Harris

Riley Trottier another one of our men with his pulse on the Vancouver sports beat is back with another edition of the BC Lions Notebook. The November 17th, 2011 edition. The Western Championship is set, and the Lions are already hard at work preparing to meet the Edmonton Eskimos. Ricky Ray vs. Travis Lulay, should be great.

State of the Lions: Weekly Notebook November 9th

Felions

Riley Trottier another one of our men with his pulse on the Vancouver sports beat is back with another edition of the BC Lions Notebook. The November 9th, 2011 edition. The BC Lions are enjoying a bye week. Resting up for the Western Conference Final. Travis Lulay and company are one game away from advancing to the 2011 Grey Cup.

State of the Lions: Weekly Notebook November 2nd

BC Lions Cheerleaders

Riley Trottier another one of our men with his pulse on the Vancouver sports beat is back with another edition of the BC Lions Notebook. The November 2nd, 2011 edition. This week its the BC Lions vs. Montreal Alouettes. If the Lions win than they lock up the top seed in their conference. Travis Lulay and Anthony Calvillo will look to put on a great game.

State Of The Lions: Weekly Notebook | October 25th

BC Lions Notebook

Riley Trottier another one of our men with his pulse on the Vancouver sports beat is back with another edition of the BC Lions Notebook. The October 25th, 2011 edition. The BC Lions will be playing the Eskimos on their home turf, and they need to get the crowd involved. Paul McCallum and Travis Lulay have to have great games!

State Of The Lions: Weekly Notebook | October 19th

Lions vs. Tiger-Cats

Riley Trottier another one of our men with his pulse on the Vancouver sports beat is back with another edition of the BC Lions Notebook. The October 19th, 2011 edition. The B.C. Lions are heading to play the Hamilton Tiger-Cats for their last road game of the season, a game that they should win if they play well.

State Of The Lions: Weekly Notebook | October 11th

Travis Lulay

Riley Trottier another one of our men with his pulse on the Vancouver sports beat is back with another edition of the BC Lions Notebook. The October 11th, 2011 edition. Right now the BC Lions biggest opponents are themselves. Their next two games are against Saskatchewan and Hamilton. Travis Lulay is clearly the stronger of the two quarterbacks this season…

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