Calgary’s Lewis fined for online comments

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Updated: October 23, 2013

Toronto, ON (Sports Network) – The Canadian Football League levied an
undisclosed fine against Calgary Stampeders slotback Nik Lewis for comments
critical of league officials.

Lewis took to his Twitter account to criticize officiating during
Saskatchewan’s 35-14 home win over British Columbia this past Saturday.

It’s the second time in as many seasons Lewis has been docked pay for comments
on social media. Last November, he drew the ire of the CFL for tweeting out an
inappropriate joke about O.J. Simpson and the murder of his ex-wife, Nicole.

In his 10th year with the Stamps, the 31-year-old has totaled 32 receptions
for 400 yards and three touchdowns.