Calgary Stampeders receiver Kamar Jorden says he knows he might always be remembered for his late-game fumble in Sunday’s snowy Grey Cup loss to Toronto — but hopes to learn from it and move on as a player.
“I feel like you got to embrace it, you can’t hide from it,” he said at the team’s season-end press conference Tuesday in Calgary.
Toronto’s Cassius Vaughn scooped up the ball fumbled by Jorden and returned it 110 yards for a touchdown. Declan Cross’s two-point convert tied the game at 24-24.
The Argonauts went on to a stunning 27-24 win over Calgary,
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