Players look for bigger piece of CFL's growing pie

Ticats centre Marwan Hage (62) tries to keep warm earlier this week in Regina. Hage also serves as...

Ticats centre Marwan Hage (62) tries to keep warm earlier this week in Regina. Hage also serves as the CFLPA's vice-president. (REUTERS)

KIRK PENTON, QMI Agency

, Last Updated: 1:02 AM ET

REGINA - The CFL is arguably as prosperous as it's ever been right now, and that's the reason why this off-season could be a particularly interesting one.

The league's current collective bargaining agreement will expire the day before 2014 training camps open, and the members of the Canadian Football League Players' Association are slowly but surely letting it be known that they want more of the bigger money that is pouring into league coffers.


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