- Jun 4, 2020
Absolutely, that’s the angle I’m looking at as well. The CFL is a viable league with an established history. I’ve enjoyed watching the games when they’ve been on. Anything that gives more of our men a chance to pursue a dream is great (even if it mimics the racism of the NFL against white men). Borghi has too much football talent to not play somewhere.I think so too. If Ouellette can carve out a decent career in this league he should be at least on a CFL roster carving out a decent career if not starring.
But to get a NFL shot you need to have super star CFL numbers for 2 years in a row and then usually a team will throw you a veteran minimum type deal with a decent signing bonus but not real guarantees.
PS I would probably take a CFL job over these other start up leagues who have proven nothing beyond that the are mercurial at best and flim flamy at worst.
Of course, he should be featuring in the NFL but if not, the CFL is a worthy second choice.