Barrin Simpson (pictured above tackling Winnipeg running back Fred Reid) had a few things to get off his chest Sunday in Saskatchewan's 27-23 victory over the Blue Bombers. Last year while he was with Winnipeg, then-head coach Mike Kelly benched him, denied his trade request, told him not to be around the team and then tried to put him on the nine-game injured list against his will (which led to the league's board of governors ruling in Simpson's favour after he filed a grievance). Winnipeg let Simpson go in the offseason, and he signed with Saskatchewan after tepid interest from other teams. It looked like his days of being an impact player in the CFL might be limited at the least, if not gone altogether.
"At 32, Simpson may not get it done as quickly as he did when he won the league's topRead More »from The Minister of Defence’s statement