Jon Cornish, Stamps plan to take out trash-talker

Jon Cornish and Dwight Anderson chat following a game earlier this season. (Jim Wells/QMI...

Jon Cornish and Dwight Anderson chat following a game earlier this season. (Jim Wells/QMI Agency/Files)

SCOTT MITCHELL, QMI Agency

, Last Updated: 8:52 PM ET

CALGARY - Dwight Anderson isn’t allowed to be Dwight Anderson.

But give it some time.

In the least surprising news of the march to the 2013 Grey Cup, Saskatchewan Roughriders head coach Corey Chamblin has reportedly told his players to keep their mouths shut in the days leading up to Sunday’s West final clash at McMahon Stadium (2:30 p.m., TSN/News Talk 770).

And D.A. is likely the reason why.

Not long after the Calgary Stampeders strolled off the McMahon Stadium turf Tuesday, following their first practice session of the work week, running back Jon Cornish was reminded of the Saskatchewan Roughriders defensive back’s outburst while standing on the same field only 18 days earlier.

“We’re coming here, and we’re going to beat them. Period,” Anderson said at the time of a potential rematch, after the Stamps clinched first place in the CFL’s West Division with a 29-25 win over the Riders. “We’re the better team. Calgary sucks!”


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