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Healthy Washington to be SAM

The Blue Bombers' list of walking wounded was reduced by one on Tuesday when Demond Washington practised at the SAM linebacker position. Washington is expected to start there on Saturday against the Alouettes.

Burke confident in Crowton

Head coach Tim Burke said if he is the Bombers head coach in 2013, he would bring back offensive co-ordinator Gary Crowton next season. Crowton, in his first CFL season, has taken a lot of heat for the Bombers' terrible production.

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Healthy Washington to be SAM

The Blue Bombers' list of walking wounded was reduced by one on Tuesday when Demond Washington practised at the SAM linebacker position. Washington is expected to start there on Saturday against the Alouettes.

Burke confident in Crowton

Head coach Tim Burke said if he is the Bombers head coach in 2013, he would bring back offensive co-ordinator Gary Crowton next season. Crowton, in his first CFL season, has taken a lot of heat for the Bombers' terrible production.

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