From the TSN Site:
A report out of the Vancouver Province says that Sean Millington, could be exploring a return to the CFL, following a two-year retirement.
Millington, 37, has been a commentator with CBC the last two seasons and played fullback with the B.C. Lions for 10 of his 12 CFL seasons, and seems to have the itch to return.
"Something spoke to me," Millington told the paper. "And by January I started to train hard and look at whether I could still play and work at the CBC. I honestly thought I could pull it off."
The winner of the CFL's Most Outstanding Canadian award in 1997, Millington had hoped to re-join the Lions, but coach and GM Wally Buono decided against tinkering with the chemistry of the league's only unbeaten squad.
"Part of our job is to turn rocks over," Buono told the paper. "But when I spent some time thinking about it and how a decision like that affects the dynamics of the team, I didn't feel at ease."
As a result, Millington will apparently look for other opportunities around the CFL.
"I appreciate the consideration from coach Buono and now I look around and see what are the other options."
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