There are two kinds of veteran imports who come to the CFL in this modern era of technology.
- Those who are prepared. ( ex Drew Willy, Brian Brohm)
2 Those who are not prepared. ( Colt Brennan who did not know there were 20 yard end zones )
With TSN televising all CFL games over the since they have taken over the exclusive TV rights every regular season game is broadcast live in Canada.
In the US these broadcast are now easily accessible in the US now. The NFL Network has had the rights to the TSN Broadcast for a few years and last year a deal with NBC Sports net.
The most modern being the webcast and ESPN3 is among the best and has all TSN CFL game broadcast streamed live.
For those who miss a game or would like to see it again TSN on Demand has every CFL game for that season at your finger tips.
This soes not mean of course that you will be successful but it will not be from a lack of effort or being prepared it may mean that you simply may not be good enough or in the wrong situation.
unlike the NFL there will be only 9 CFL teams which is not a bad thing and I like the small league concept but it does mean that jobs are limited.
For QBs it is only 27 roster spots at a time, 3 per team.
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