NFL Network to air CFL games
TORONTO -- Canadian Football League games will be seen again on the NFL Network.
The network will broadcast 14 CFL games from July through November this season. It starts with Thursday night's league opener matching the Montreal Alouettes against the Saskatchewan Roughriders.
The game is a rematch of the 2009 Grey Cup, which Montreal won 28-27.
Three games will air on Saturday nights in July, with the rest of the TV schedule resuming in September and ending with Calgary at Winnipeg on Nov. 5.
NFL Network programming also includes NFL regular-season Thursday night games, Arena Football, college and high school all-star games.
Copyright 2010 by The Associated Press
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