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Jamie Nye

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Jamie Nye

Jamie Nye has been a diehard fan of the Roughriders as long as he can remember. He arrived at News Talk 980 CJME in 2009 after a couple of years in Edmonton where he served as sideline reporter for Edmonton Eskimo games. The University of Regina Journalism grad has become one of the most trusted and respected reporters, not only in terms of covering the Riders but the Canadian Football League at large.  Nye is the host of the #1 sports show in Saskatchewan, The Green Zone as well as a contributing writer to the CFL’s official website.

Warren Woods

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Warren Woods

Warren ‘Woodsy’ Woods has spent over 40 years in broadcasting. He started out as a Top 40 radio DJ before moving on to TV sports. After nearly 26 years at Global Television, Woodsy moved to Rawlco Radio, where he serves as the CJME morning sports announcer as well as a contributor to the Green Zone. After so many years in sports broadcasting he has had the chance to cover events from Grey Cup games and briers to World Curling Championships and World Junior Hockey championships. Woodsy likes to golf in the summer and curl in the winter (though he’s not very good at either). He also tries to travel to the Okanagan as often as possible to see his two grandkids to spoil them rotten.

Glen Suitor

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Glen Suitor

Glen is a defensive back who played eleven seasons for the Saskatchewan Roughriders of the CFL. He ranks among the CFL all-time leaders in interceptions with 51. Suitor was a three-time CFL All-Star (1991–93) and a four-time Western All-Star (1989, 1990, 1992, 1993). He won a Grey Cup with Saskatchewan in 1989 (and was the holder on the game winning field goal). Notably, Glen has been broadcasting games on TSN since 1995, and has become one of the most recognizable CFL analysts in Canada. Glen is a member of the Green Zone, and joins the show nightly on News Talk 980 CJME and News Talk 650 CKOM.

Darrell Davis

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Darrell Davis

Regina-born and raised, Darrell Davis wrote for three Saskatchewan newspapers, two national newspapers, numerous magazines and assorted book publishers before embracing the new media of blogs, Tweets and sports-talk radio. He's now a co-host on the Green Zone, a sports-talk show on Rawlco Radio throughout Saskatchewan. While employed by the Regina Leader-Post he covered everything from high school sports to Olympic games to world curling championships, with a 21-year stint focusing on the CFL's Saskatchewan Roughriders that has led him to attend 27 Grey Cup games and getting inducted into the Canadian Football Hall of Fame's media wing in 2006. A widowed father of two adult sons (Austin and Tanner), who accept his obsessions with racquetball and golf, Darrell recently wrote "Fire on Ice: Why Saskatchewan Rules the NHL'' while serving on volunteer committees affiliated with the Canadian Football Hall of Fame, Saskatchewan Hockey Hall of Fame, Regina Sports Hall of Fame, Racquetball Canada and the Football Reporters of Canada.

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The Green Zone

Tuesday, May 24, 2016

The Green Zone for Tuesday, May 24, 2016

4:06 - Jamie talks about the sad news of Gord Downie's brain cancer
4:20 - The Wise Guys with Arielle Zerr & Warren Woods
4:36 - Jamie 'Drops the Gloves' with Drew Remenda
4:50 - John Gormley checks in to tee up Thursday night's event "Uncover the Cure" for prostate cancer

5:06 - TSN's Glen Suitor joins to talk abuot Josiah St. John not having signed a contract (yet) with the Riders
5:20 - We play our first round of Contest Trivia for your Team Makeover and Champs & Chumps
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Chris Jones is making sure there are no questions about what he expects in year one of his tenure in Saskatchewan.

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