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White Noise: Does landing Harris mean hope for Bomberland?

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In this episode of "White Noise" Free Press sports editor Steve Lyons returns for another week with Paul Wiecek to talk men's provincial curling championships; the Bombers after Day 1 of free agency; what signing Dustin Byfuglien does for the Jets; whether Cam Newton's post-game press conference will have a lasting effect on his legacy and much, much more.

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In this episode of “White Noise” Free Press sports editor Steve Lyons returns for another week with Paul Wiecek to talk men’s provincial curling championships; the Bombers after Day 1 of free agency; what signing Dustin Byfuglien does for the Jets; whether Cam Newton’s post-game press conference will have a lasting effect on his legacy and much, much more.

Jimmy Jeong / The Canadian Press Files The Blue Bombers have signed former B.C. Lions running back and Winnipeg native, Andrew Harris to a three-year deal. Does landing Harris mean hope for Bomberland?
Paul Wiecek

Paul Wiecek
Reporter (retired)

Paul Wiecek was born and raised in Winnipeg’s North End and delivered the Free Press -- 53 papers, Machray Avenue, between Main and Salter Streets -- long before he was first hired as a Free Press reporter in 1989.

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