Blue Bombers Stack Up for Grey Cup

The Canadian Grey Cup is shaping up quickly, with the announcement of multiple new players for the Blue Bombers. Former athletes with the Blue Bombers are returning to the Canadian Football League for the Grey Cup to assist their home city with a win. Those players include Andrew Harris, Thomas Miles and Nic Demski. The three of them are playing with the Bombers as free agents, enabling them to continue their careers with other teams in the CFL. The three of these players were on the Dobie University Football Team; it has been more than a three since the three of them played on the field together for the same unit.

The Player Details

Thomas Miles selectively chose to return in support of the Blue Bombers, while Demski and Harris came back to see family. Regardless of the reason, these athletes suit the Blue Bombers perfectly. Thomas Miles is the best player the Blue Bombers have going forward, with this man having captured two grey cups in his past. One of them being for the British Columbia Loins. Throughout his career, Miles has rushed more than five thousand yards and had 22 touchdowns. He was ranked the CFL’s Most Outstanding Play in 2016 and 2017. He was also the highest rushing player this year with 1,380 Yards.

The Saskatchewan Roughriders first drafted Nic Demski, he played with them for multiple seasons before being signed to the Blue Bombers. Currently, the 25-year-old doesn’t have a contracted team, but he is in talks to receive a one-year contract with the Bombers after the grey Cup. Throughout his career, Nic Demski has rushed 550 Yards and has five touchdowns. Depending on how Demski performs at the Grey Cup, he will be a formidable player for selection come the draft period.

Andrew Harris is one of the most well-known players in the Canadian Football League, as he has played three seasons with the Argonauts. He was such a formidable player that multiple National Football Leagues considered him for a contract. After training with various teams in the NFL, he returned home for a spot in the Grey Cup. It’s anticipated that the Blue Bombers will pick him up for a two-year contract in 2020. Now it’s time to wait and see if the Blue Bombers can win their first Grey Cup in 29 years. Fans of the Canadian Football League can watch the Grey Cup on November 24th, 2019.