Definitions

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  • n. Someone who plays in the CFL (Canadian Football League).

Etymologies

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CFL +‎ -er

Examples

  • Included among the returnees is former CFLer Cameron Wake, who last year, in his second NFL season at the age of 28, came out of nowhere to rank third in the NFL with 14 sacks.

    SI.com

  • Ex-CFLer encourages students to look in their midst for true role models

    Grande Prairie Daily Herald Tribune

  • But the third-year CFLer from Florida State insists he's not here to replace Copeland, who made a dozen trips to the endzone last season.

    London Free Press

  • The fourth-year CFLer took over again late in the fourth quarter on a second-and-two and broke free for a 40-yard gain.

    Toronto Sun

  • The 27-year-old who has rushed for 654 career yards is hanging out with CFLer Martell Mallett at the bottom of the chart.

    NBC Philadelphia -

  • Things are less certain on the outside, where second-round rookie Koa Misi (Utah) is an unknown quantity and former CFLer Cameron Wake (23 tackles, 5.5 sacks) is being asked to take on a much larger role after a solid 2009 as a reserve.

    CBS 47: Local News

  • And not long after Boyd made his 14-yard touchdown catch late in the first half-a diving stab that amounted to his first TD reception as a CFLer - the Argos were on their way to a 19-7 halftime lead.

    Thestar.com - Home Page

  • Ex-CFLer Cody Ledbetter, on the run from Texas authorities since January for violating probation and now in Ottawa police custody, faces deportation or extradition to a minimum five-year stay in a five-square-metre state prison cell.

    canada.com Top Stories

  • "I don't think anything is being handed to me," said the sixth-year CFLer.

    canada.com Top Stories

  • In addition to Ms. Guergis and Mr. Jaffer, the MPs indicated they are prepared to summon Mr. Gillani and former CFLer Mike Mihelic, two Toronto businessmen who explored potential ventures with Mr. Jaffer.

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