#MARKSCFLWEEK RECAP: FRIDAY, MARCH 23RD

#MARKSCFLWEEK RECAP: FRIDAY, MARCH 23RD

Friday, March 23, 2018 — Friday, March 23, 2018 — (WINNIPEG) – Football operations staff from all nine CFL teams took questions from the media today as they discussed the upcoming 2018 season, their approach to the CFL Combine presented by adidas, and the recent proposed rules changes. Photos are attached for download and media use.

Two days of media access to the league’s top players wrapped up today, with several hundred interviews taking place as the stars discussed offseason moves, strategies for the upcoming season, and more with media from across the country.

Commissioner Randy Ambrosie, Andrew Harris, Emmanuel Arceneux and others brought together 1000 youth for a rousing anti-bullying rally at Shaw Respect Camp, and fans got up close and personal with their favourite players at the Mark’s CFL Week Fan Fest.

A media schedule for Mark's CFL Week is attached. More information can be found at MarksCFLWeek.ca.

All times are local (CST).

The East Division Football Operations Media Conference at Mark's CFL Week. Photo credit: CFL.ca/Reid Valmestad
L>R: Kent Austin and Jim Popp answer questions from the media at Mark's CFL Week. Photo credit: CFL.ca/Reid Valmestad
Montreal Alouettes Head Coach Mike Sherman. Photo credit: CFL.ca/Reid Valmestad
L>R: Chris Jones, Jason Maas, Wally Buono and John Hufnagel answer questions from the media at Mark's CFL Week. Photo credit: CFL.ca/Reid Valmestad
The Shaw Respect Camp at Mark's CFL Week. Photo credit: CFL.ca/Reid Valmestad
Andrew Harris and participants at the Shaw Respect Camp. Photo credit: CFL.ca/Reid Valmestad
Participants at the Shaw Respect Camp. Photo credit: CFL.ca/Reid Valmestad
Bob Irving of CJOB interviewing Weston Dressler at Mark's CFL Week Media Day. Photo credit: CFL.ca/Reid Valmestad