Daryl Waud grew up booing the hated Toronto Argonauts when they battled the home-town Hamilton Tiger-Cats on Labour Day. On Monday, the six-foot-five, 290-pound defensive lineman returns as the enemy, making his first Labour Day start for Toronto at Tim Hortons Field.
Ottawa receiver Chris Williams has been named a CFL top performer for the third time in as many weeks, while Winnipeg cornerback Maurice Leggett and Edmonton slotback Adarius Bowman are also being recognized for their Week 3 performances.
The Toronto Argonauts acquired defensive lineman Shawn Lemon and a conditional 2018 CFL draft pick from the Saskatchewan Roughriders on Saturday for offensive lineman Matt Sewell and quarterback Mitchell Gale.
Joe McKnight's 85-yard touchdown run was the highlight of the game as the defending Grey Cup champion Eskimos beat former head coach Chris Jones and the Saskatchewan Roughriders 25-11 on Saturday in CFL pre-season action.
The CFL is teaming up with You Can Play on a clothing line supporting LGBTQ inclusion in sports. Hats, T-shirts and other items will be available in the colours of the CFL's nine teams and feature the You Can Play insignia.