CFL: McManus retires after 17 CFL seasons

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    (CP) - Danny McManus is trading in his cleats for a microphone.

    One of the CFL's all-time top quarterbacks and a three-time Grey Cup champion, McManus announced his retirement Monday after 17 seasons in the league. McManus, who saw limited time as a backup for the Calgary Stampeders last season, will be an analyst on TSN's CFL telecasts this year.

    "I never thought I'd play that long," said McManus. "I was fortunate to be part of some great ballclubs and that helped me to go this long and get those yards."


    I have to be honest I don't know too much about this guy, but anyone able to last 17 years in a pro league deserves kudos. He has alot of great records and was fortunate to play for a long time.