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Cal Murphy hospitalized

Legendary Blue Bombers coach and GM Cal Murphy has been hospitalized in Regina.

Murphy, who won a Grey Cup in as Bombers coach in 1984 and two more as GM in 1988 and 1990, has spent the last years working as a scout for the Indianapolis Colts.

Details of Murphy's illness are undisclosed.

Murphy suffered a number of heart attacks before undergoing successful heart transplant surgery in 1992. He is 78 years old.

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Legendary Blue Bombers coach and GM Cal Murphy has been hospitalized in Regina.

Murphy, who won a Grey Cup in as Bombers coach in 1984 and two more as GM in 1988 and 1990, has spent the last years working as a scout for the Indianapolis Colts.

Cal Murphy file photo from 1998.

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Cal Murphy file photo from 1998.

Details of Murphy's illness are undisclosed.

Murphy suffered a number of heart attacks before undergoing successful heart transplant surgery in 1992. He is 78 years old.

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