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Sean Lucas will forever be part of Grey Cup folklore. cheap nfl jerseys . The veteran linebacker retired Thursday after spending the last six seasons with the Saskatchewan Roughriders. Over that span he registered 372 defensive tackles, 23 special team tackles, seven sacks and five interceptions. He also took part in four playoff games and two Grey Cups with the Riders, winning in 2007. But Lucas was widely regarded as the Saskatchewan player at the centre of the infamous 13th Man incident cost the club the championship in 2009. Lucas, 28, was named in football circles as the extra player who was on the field when Montreal kicker Damon Duval missed a 43-yard field goal as time expired, seemingly giving Saskatchewan the win. But Duval got a second chance from 33 yards after the Riders were penalized for too many men. Duval converted to give Montreal a thrilling 28-27 victory. The Riders have never said who the extra man was, but video replays did show Lucas start off the field, then turn and stay on for Duvals attempt in the most heart-breaking finish in Grey Cup history. "The entire Roughrider organization thanks Sean for his contributions and dedication to the team over the last six years," GM Brendan Taman said in a statement. "He has made the decision to move on to the next phase of his life and we wish him nothing but the best." The Riders also re-signed defensive lineman Brent Hawkins and released defensive back John Eubanks, receiver Terrence Nunn and defensive lineman Remond Willis. Meanwhile, the Grey Cup-champion B.C. Lions announced that offensive co-ordinator Jacques Chapdelaine will return in 2012. There were reports after the clubs CFL championship victory that Chapdelaine had been offered the head coachs job at Bishops University. "Jacques was a significant part of our success last season and I am very pleased that he will remain with us in 2012," new Lions head coach Mike Benevides said in a release. "He is our leagues most experienced offensive co-ordinator and having him lead the offence provides us with both continuity and stability heading into this season." Chapdelaine enters his ninth season with the Lions after originally joining the club in 2003 as its receivers coach. In 2005, he was promoted to offensive co-ordinator which culminated in a Grey Cup championship in 2006. After a brief stint with the Edmonton Eskimos in 2007, he rejoined the Lions in 2008 as receivers coach before becoming offensive co-ordinator once again in 2010. Last season, B.C. quarterback Travis Lulay was named the CFLs outstanding player before capping the season with the Grey Cup MVP honour. The Eskimos released three players Thursday, including all-star offensive lineman Patrick Kabongo and slotback Chris Bauman, the first player selected in the 2007 Canadian college draft. The decision to release the six-foot-six, 315-pound Kabongo comes after he was benched by the club earlier this season. The eight-year CFL veteran, a native of Zaire who grew up in Montreal, never complained of his demotion. Kabongo was active in the community, twice receiving the David Boone Memorial Award for his work off the football field. Bauman was selected first overall in 2007 by the Hamilton Tiger-Cats. He spent four seasons with the club before joining the Eskimos as a free agent last February. The six-foot-four, 220-pound receiver has 125 career catches for 1,643 yards. Also released was defensive back Wopamo Osaisai, who appeared in six games with the CFL club last season. "We would like to thank all three men for their contributions to our club, especially, of course, Patrick who has earned substantial respect in our community and organization," Eskimos GM Eric Tillman said in a statement. "This can be a tough business, and in a salary cap era, many factors have to be taken into consideration when making decisions -- age, salary and performance. "That said, its quite possible at least one of these men will be returning to our club in 2012." cheap jerseys . Arron Afflalo was pleased that everyone did as they were told. "We got some fast-break layups and made some shots, but defence was the key," Afflalo said. Wholesale Jerseys China . This is the second and final game between these two teams this season. Evander Kane scored the game-winning goal and Al Montoya made 22 saves as Winnipeg were 3-2 winners in Columbus December 16.Canadas Dara Howell won the gold medal and Kim Lamarre took bronze in the womens ski slopestyle event at the Winter Olympics in Sochi on Tuesday. Canada now has four gold medals and nine medals overall at the Games. Howell, 19, of Huntsville, Ont., posted a 94.2 to take a commanding lead after the first of two final runs. Lamarre, from Quebec City, crashed on her first run and needed a score higher than 77.0 to win a medal. The 25-year-old put iit all on the line and delivered, scoring 85. wholesalecheapjerseysusa. to grab the bronze. American Devin Logan scored 85.4 to win silver. Reigning world champion Kaya Turski of Canada crashed in both runs of the qualification round and failed to advance to the medal round. The 25-year-old from Montreal underwent knee surgery to repair the anterior cruciate ligament in her left knee in August, and had only been training on snow since Dec 9. ' ' '

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