Adjusting to CFL life can be tough on Americans

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    A football fan making a delivery to one of the big oil rigs around Stoughton, Sask., last winter might have run into a rookie roughneck who seemed familiar.
    "Say, has anyone ever said you look like Chris McKenzie, the Rider defensive back?"
    "Yeah, man, I am Chris McKenzie."
    "Naah ... you can't be. I mean ... seriously?"
    Chris McKenzie knows how to adapt to his surroundings, and that makes the New York City native and former NFLer a great source to go to for young Americans coming up to the Canadian Football League for the first time. More....




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