May 24, 2015

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Naughty, naughty...

Word just came down from CFL headquarters, and the Ticat players who celebrated the two touchdowns they scored after intercepting Michael Bishop passes on Sunday by jumping into a boat in the end zone have been fined.

It may have been over the top -- Bomber fans are likely going to squirm over this -- but we thought it was comical and harmless.

CFL commissioner Mark Cohon disagreed. Here is the release:

Media Statement - Hamilton Player Fines

Toronto, ON - (November 10, 2009) - The following Hamilton Tiger-Cats have been fined undisclosed amounts for excessive touchdown celebration in their Sunday, Nov. 8 game versus Winnipeg: Tyler Smith, Geoff Tisdale, Markeith Knowlton, Chris Thompson, Jamall Johnson, Jykine Bradley and Otis Floyd.


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