The Bombers are even playing the Riders on Sunday, so I'll be seeing that game in person. I've got a bad feeling he might score 3 return TDs on us, because our special teams are ass. When he's not playing us, though, I expect him to be mostly ineffectual.
At least there's nothing to do in Winnipeg, so he'll probably be on his best behaviour.
It is the policy of the documentary crew to remain true observers and not interfere with its subjects.
Hmm, I have to believe there would be interest from a UFL team. It appears the CFL's soft salary cap is pretty close to what the UFL wants to spend per team in their 6 week season. I'd say he can do both, but the seasons overlap. His agent must not expect much out of the UFL.
That's the thing: Since it's a 10-year contract and NFL contracts are not guaranteed, I imagine they'll renegotiate about halfway through the contract, give or take a couple of years. This is a great deal for both sides: