Narco Headed to the Hall

After having been tackled for a loss in the recent financial meltdown (Edmonton Journal), former Saskatchewan Roughrider wide receiver Don Narcisse, who played for the team from 1987-1999, and who still boasts a pro football record 216 consecutive-game-pass-reception streak, was inducted into the Canadian Football League Hall of Fame today. Joining Narco, as the diminutive number 80 was lovingly known by Rider faithful, are former Edmonton/Baltimore QB Tracy Ham, former Winnipeg/Montreal D-lineman Elfrid Payton, ex-Bomber punter Bob Cameron and some guy I've never heard of (Joe Pistilli).

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