SPORTSMANSHIP

All owners in the CFL are required to practice good sportsmanship at all times. Sportsmanship is defined as "conduct and attitude considered as befitting participants in sports, especially fair play, courtesy, striving spirit, and grace in losing." American Heritage Dictionary, Fourth Edition (2000).

Some examples of unsportsmanlike conduct that may subject an owner to discipline include: 1) changing a player's position for the sole purpose of lowering his ratings; 2) releasing a highly rated player late in the season to help another team; 3) Trades that overwhelming favor oneside or the other; 4) throwing games; and 5) Backloading contracts

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Any GM violating this rule will have the player immediately cut (thus penalizing with bonus payment) and will also lose a draft pick at the Commissioner's discretion.