Massive changes need to take place in Bombers locker-room

Winnipeg Blue Bombers offensive lineman Glenn January speaks with the media in Winnipeg, Man....

Winnipeg Blue Bombers offensive lineman Glenn January speaks with the media in Winnipeg, Man. Sunday November 03, 2013 following the completion of the CFL season. Brian Donogh/Winnipeg Sun/QMI Agency

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When Joe Mack was in charge of the Bombers, players could pretty much leave their lockers the way they were. There was a better than average chance they'd be back the following season.

That won't be the case this off-season, as massive changes need to take place in Winnipeg for a variety of reasons. The 3-15 record would be the primary catalyst.

"It's kind of a mixed bag," veteran left tackle Glenn January said of the locker-room vibe on Sunday morning as the players packed up their lockers. "You have some guys that are just happy to get out of here, and you have some guys that are still a bit despondent and upset with the outcome of the season.

"However you want to read into that, that could kind of be the story of the season in itself."

 


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