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CALGARY -- After losing 35-22 to the host Toronto Argonauts in the 100th Grey Cup last year, linebaker Juwan Simpson says the Calgary Stampeders expect to take the next step and become CFL champions this season. Alessio Cerci Jersey . "Were ultimately working for one goal and thats to win the Cup," said Simpson, whos entering his sixth season with the Stamps. "Im a confident person. I think the rest of the guys are just as confident. "Regardless of what happens, we know its a long season. Were going to put our best foot forward week in and week out and see what happens." Veteran quarterback Kevin Glenn, who completed 14-of-27 passes for 222 yards, no touchdowns and one interception in last years Grey Cup game against the Argos, said he definitely wants a shot at redemption. "Even getting there and actually losing the game, it gives you more motivation to get back and win it," Glenn said. "Thats our ultimate goal, but weve got to take it one game at a time." Glenn was thrust into the starters role last season to compensate for starter Drew Tates injury-plagued season. He didnt disappoint, completing 325-of-487 passes for 4,220 yards and 25 touchdown passes in the regular season. His completion rate of 66.7 per cent was the best of his 12 CFL seasons. Although Glenn, who turned 34 on June 12, is slated to back up Tate once again to start the 2013 season, hes keeping a positive attitude and preparing as if he could be called upon for his services at any moment. "Whatever position youre in on this team, you have to be ready to go," Glenn said. "You cant take practices off or days off in meetings and stuff. You have to prepare and prepare as if youre going to play and start. I think thats better to do it that way. It keeps you focused during the game on helping the other guys that are playing out there." Meanwhile, Tate wants to put last years nightmarish season behind him. After guiding the Stamps to a 38-10 win over the Montreal Alouettes in the 2012 season opener at home, Tate dislocated his left shoulder during a Week 2 loss in Toronto. Tate, who completed just 46-of-63 passes for 570 yards and four touchdowns, returned to play in the final two games of the regular season before fracturing a bone near the wrist of his throwing arm in Calgarys West Division semifinal win over the Saskatchewan Roughriders. Tate has refused to let those two major setbacks from deterring him this season. "If you try to alter your play based on not getting hurt, youre just going to affect your game and youre not going to be playing at the highest level that you can be playing," Tate said. "You just hope that youve got somebody watching over you every time you fall and thats about it." Whether its Tate, Glenn or third-stringer Bo Levi Mitchell at the helm of Calgarys offence, theyll have plenty of weapons at their disposal once again this season. "Im certainly confident in our quarterbacks," said running back Jon Cornish, who tied for the league lead with 11 rushing touchdowns and added two others through the air. Cornish was named the CFLs most outstanding Canadian last season after leading the league with 1,457 rushing yards, which broke Normie Kwongs 56-year-old Canadian single-season rushing record. The Stamps also boast a talented receiving corps which will be led by veteran Nik Lewis (100 catches last year, 1,241 yards and 10 TDs), Marquay McDaniel (53 catches, 744 yards and three TDs), Maurice Price (18 catches, 405 yards and three TDs) and Joe West (24 catches, 353 yards and two TDs). "Im very optimistic," Tate said. "I said this before camp that Ive never been on a team with as much talent at the play-making positions that we have this year. As a quarterback, you cant ask for anything more." Rene Paredes will once again handle the field-goal kicking duties, while Rob Maver is back for his second season as Calgarys primary punter. Both Paredes and Maver were chosen as West Division and CFL all-stars last season. When asked to identify the biggest gain in the off-season for the Stamps, head coach and general manager John Hufnagel responded by pointing to the overall speed of his defensive players during training camp and the pre-season. "I thought overall our defence in general played fast in the two pre-season games," Hufnagel said. "I want that type of speed to continue with areas of improvement." Simpson will be counted upon for his veteran leadership on defence as will fellow linebacker Malik Jackson, defensive backs Brandon Smith and Keon Raymond and defensive lineman Charleston Hughes. "Weve got a lot of vets returning," Simpson said. "Weve got some young guys to come in and help us. I think weve got a good group of guys and Im looking forward to actually getting out there and playing four quarters." Andre Moreira Jersey .C. Lions signed cornerback Dante Marsh to a contract extension on Friay and released receiver Paris Jackson. Thomas Partey Jersey . Griffin scored 13 of his 31 points in the final 7:05 and Dudley got 11 of his 20 points in the third quarter, leading the defending Pacific Division champions to a 112-85 victory over the Charlotte Bobcats on Wednesday night. "Dud is a shooter. http://www.socceratleticomadridonline.us/Koke-Atletico-Madrid-Jersey/ . Mauer struck out to end the inning, with a runner on third base in the seventh on Wednesday and the Twins trailing 1-0. Everybody does this, of course, in a sport with a 30 per cent success rate at the plate long proven to be a benchmark of excellence.TORONTO - General manager Tim Bezbatchenko sent Toronto FC a blunt message Friday, saying its time "to take it up a notch." The revamped MLS team has had time to gel, he said. Now it has to fire on all cylinders. "I think everyone would agree — the coaches, the players — that over the last 12 or so games, it hasnt been good enough, at least for making a run in MLS," Bezbatchenko told reporters. Toronto (9-8-6) is 3-4-4 since the start of July, meaning it has dropped 20 of a possible 33 points over that stretch. But the team is also 2-1-1 in August, stands third in the Eastern Conference and has been dealing with a rash of injuries. Bezbatchenkos somewhat out-of-the-blue challenge has been made more difficult with news that star striker Jermain Defoe has been sidelined once again with a lingering groin injury. Defoe, who has been hampered by hamstring and groin problems, was substituted in the 77th minute last Saturday against Chicago, with manager Ryan Nelsen saying his movement was extremely limited. He has not trained since and is due to see a specialist. "Fingers crossed its short-term but we probably have to plan for a bit of longer-term," Nelsen said after practice Friday. Defoe, who has 11 goals, has played in 16 of Torontos 23 games. Nelsen says the injury is in the "sports hernia area" — something that sometimes fades with rest or maintenance. "But its not settling down so we have to see a specialist," said Nelsen. "We just await the results." The hope is Defoe will be back for the Sept. 6 home game against Philadelphia but that seemed a best-case scenario with end of September more likely. "The good news is its not a season-ending injury," said Nelsen. "Hopefully sooner than later." "If we go into October and he still has the issue, then I would be concerned," said Bezbatchenko. The MLS season runs through the end of October, with playoffs to follow. Nelsen said Defoes injuries all seem related, after back-to-back seasons in England and North America. Facing a key game Saturday against the visiting New England Revolution (just three points behind at 9-12-3), Toronto is also without defenders Steven Caldwell (quad) and Justin Morrow (hamstring), defender-midfielder Warren Creavalle (hamstring), and forward Andrew Wiedeman (back). Fulback Mark Bloom is expected to be back after the birth of his first child — a baby girl. Bezbatchenkos comments came in a talk with beat writers, a gathering that came at his behest. It came one week after news that MLSE CEO Tim Leiweke, a champion of the soccer team since taking over in April 2013, is leaving. Leiweke will remain at his post until June 30, 2015, or until a successor is appointed. Bezbatchenko, who was hired by Leiweke, praised his bosss passion for soccer and his success in raising the profile of the sport. He suggested everyone may have to take up the slack in Leiwekes absence. "I think there will be increased responsiibilities but its more to maintain the level of Id say visibility in the marketplace. Axel Werner Jersey. . I think within MLSE, everyones all in already so I dont think its within the organization, I think its more just in the visibility publicly. "And I think I can do that and I think everyone here, it just takes a little bit more effort from everyone." Does the manager needed to step up, he was asked? "I think its everyone at the club," he said. "I think its myself included, whatever I can do to help the team. I think its the fans ... I think theyve responded really well." While saying the team is "in a good position" in the standings, the GM talked of the need to show a "killer instinct" in the 11 remaining regular-season games. "That means closing out games, managing games," he said. "I think we have the ability on our team to do it." He said 50 points would probably be a target to get into the playoffs, while saying a few less would probably also do the trick. Toronto currently has 33 points. Bezbatchenko said expectations are higher now for Toronto, whose ownership has dug deep into its considerable pockets to acquire star talent like Defoe and Michael Bradley. Asked if he believes his team has underproduced when it comes to killer instinct, Bezbatchenko said the franchise had lacked on that score in past years. "I think now were at an OK level but our standards are not just OK now, were not just trying to be average," he said. "Killer instinct means that we can compete with elite teams at the end of games. So we can better." That includes the injury-ravaged defence, which has given up more goals per game this year than last. "Is it a concern? Yeah, thats a concern," said the GM. "I think that the players would be the first to hold up their hands and say we need to be better ... especially ay the end of games, youve got to do more than just whats expected of yourself. "Weve obviously have shown the ability to be sound and tight defensively. But I think that in the last few games weve lost some of that." Bottom line? "The time is now," Bezbatchenko said. "So thats sort of the message out to our fans and to our club. Its we mean business now." That may come as a surprise to Nelsen, who no doubt has meant business since the start of training camp. The Toronto manager has more pressing concerns, however. It speaks volumes about Toronto injury problems at the back that Bloom may start despite being "sleep-deprived," according to Nelsen, and missing practice Friday. Toronto may start Bloom at left back, with Doneil Henry and Bradley Orr in the centre and rookie Nick Hagglund on the right. 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