Campbell, Jorden, Lavoie, Maher, Moore and Walker fined following Week 2

TORONTO (July 6, 2016) -- The Canadian Football League (CFL) announced today:

Calgary Stampeder Tommie Campbell was fined for a dangerous tackle on a Winnipeg Blue Bomber player during Friday’s game.

Calgary Stampeder Kamar Jorden was fined for delivering a tourist hit against a Winnipeg Blue Bombers player.

Ottawa REDBLACK Patrick Lavoie was fined for a dangerous block in Thursday’s game versus the Montreal Alouettes.

Hamilton Tiger-Cat Brett Maher was fined for a low and dangerous block on a return against the BC Lions.

Ottawa REDBLACK Mike Moore was fined for a low hit to Montreal Alouettes quarterback, Kevin Glenn.

Toronto Argonaut Cameron Walker was fined for a hit to the head of Saskatchewan Roughriders quarterback, Darian Durant.

As per league policy, the amount of the player fines was not disclosed.

Paulo Senra

Director, Communications, Canadian Football League

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