Canadian Press article:
Stampeders quarterback Henry Burris says he doesn't want to play for the team next year if he's standing on the sidelines. Burris was Calgary's number one quarterback for almost seven seasons.[url=http://www.theglobeandmail.com/sports/football/henry-burris-willing-to-leave-stamps-for-a-chance-to-start/article2235638/]http://www.theglobeandmail.com/sports/f ... le2235638/[/url]
Drew Tate started for the Stamps the last three games of the regular season and also played the first half of Sunday's playoff loss in Edmonton.
Burris says he still sees himself as one of the best quarterbacks in the C-F-L.
He wants to be a leader on a team, whether it is for Calgary or for another club.
Stampeders head coach and general manage John Hufnagel says he'll discuss Burris's future with him during the off-season.