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Big news out of CFL headquarters for fans in Canada and the United States...

The CFL and NFL have sign a telecast deal that will broadcast 14 regular-season games on the NFL network this season, starting with the season-opening Alouttes/Roughriders Grey Cup rematch on July 1.

Following the debut game Canada Day, the NFL Network will show three high-def games, produced by TSN, on Saturday nights in July, the CFL said in a release.

The network has already committed to showing every NFL preseason game in August, so CFL games will resume on Friday nights in September, October and November.

Due to NFL Network's commitment to air every NFL preseason game in August, CFL action resumes on Friday nights in September, October and November.

NFL Network subscribers in Canada will get alternative programming due to TSN's exclusivity.

2010 Canadian Football League Schedule on NFL Network

July 1: Montreal @ Saskatchewan 7:00 PM ET
July 10 Calgary @ Hamilton 1:00 PM ET
July 17 Edmonton @ Saskatchewan 4:00 PM ET
July 24 Edmonton @ Winnipeg 6:30 PM ET
July 31 Hamilton @ Saskatchewan 6:30 PM ET
Sept. 10 Calgary @ Edmonton 9:00 PM ET
Sept. 17 Calgary @ Saskatchewan 9:00 PM ET
Sept. 24 Montreal @ Winnipeg 8:00 PM ET
Oct. 1 Montreal @ Calgary 9:00 PM ET
Oct. 8 Edmonton @ Hamilton 7:30 PM ET
Oct. 15 Hamilton @ Toronto 7:30 PM ET
Oct. 22 Montreal @ Hamilton 7:00 PM ET
Oct. 29 Montreal @ Toronto 7:00 PM ET
Nov. 5 Calgary @ Winnipeg 8:00 PM ET

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