REGINA - Tearrius George said there was a lot more than money behind his decision to stay with the Saskatchewan Roughriders.The CFL club announced Friday that it had signed George to a contract extension. The all-star defensive tackle said the unique community in Regina made the decision to stay an easy one.I dont think you can go anywhere else in the CFL and find a community like this and a team like this, so that factored in a whole lot, George, who was eligible to become a free agent Feb. 10, said at a news conference Friday.Theres a lot of community support. Ive got people like my landlord Randy, hes a pretty cool guy. A lot of people in the community who make sure youre OK, and I dont feel like you can find that too many places.You might find more money but I dont think youll find that.The six-foot-four, 277-pound native of Fayetteville, N.C., will enter his fifth season with the Riders after originally signing with the team as a free agent in February 2011.The 32-year-old was named a West Division all-star for the second consecutive season after recording career highs with 37 defensive tackles and 12 quarterback sacks while starting all 18 games in 2014.His 31 career sacks with the Riders are the fourth-highest total in team history.George said hes confident that the Roughriders will be able to sign some of their other free agents on defence, a list that includes Canadian defensive end Ricky Foley.Regardless, there will be changes to the Roughriders defence next season after their 2014 campaign ended with a 18-10 loss to Edmonton in the West Division semifinal. The team is looking for a new defensive co-ordinator after announcing that Richie Hall will not return to the role. Head coach Corey Chamblin has gone on record saying he wants a more aggressive defence.Thats good, because Im an aggressive guy, George said.The Roughriders also face an aging defensive core. George, star defensive end John Chick and Foley, if he re-signs, will all be in their early 30s on opening day.While all three players are still playing at a high level and look to have a few good years of football left, George noted how quickly that can change.If youre a smart football player every year you come in thinking this could be my last for any reason — injury or not playing well or a younger guy or whatever it is, he said. Thats a mentality Ive carried all my career. Air Max 97 Plus Hybrid Pink . This game was inside. Adrian Peterson was missing. The stage was set for another step toward the playoffs. Nike Air Max 97 Plus Sale .Y. -- AJ Allmendingers journey is almost complete. http://www.outletairmax97.com/air-max-97...-clearance.html. Mike Babcock has turned to the Montreal Canadiens goalie over Roberto Luongo, who backed Canada to a gold medal in Vancouver in 2010, for Canadas final preliminary round game against the ailing Finns. Air Max 97 Nintendo 64 For Sale . Mired in an offensive slump, Lowry - the NBAs leader in taking charges this season - did what he has learned to do best, standing his ground and drawing a crucial offensive foul on the Cavaliers all-star point guard. Fast forward 30 seconds to the Cavs next possession, with the home team still trailing by three, Spencer Hawes - one of the leagues best passing big men - threw an interception, intended for Tyler Zeller and picked off by DeMar DeRozan. Cheap Air Max 97 Wholesale . Pearce had a career-high four hits and drove in two runs, and Wei-Yin Chen shut down Texas again as the Orioles completed a four-game sweep of the Rangers with a 5-2 victory on Thursday night.NEW YORK -- Masahiro Tanaka threw a 34-pitch bullpen session Saturday in the first mound action since Aug. 28. The New York Yankees pitcher hasnt appeared in a game since July 8 because of a partial tear of the ulnar collateral ligament in his right elbow. He felt general soreness on Aug. 29, a day after throwing 49 pitches in a simulated game. Tanaka said he felt stronger Saturday than he did last month and that he had no pain. He said he wants to pitch this month for the Yankees, who began Saturday 4 1/2 games backk for the ALs second wild card.dddddddddddd. Manager Joe Girardi wants Tanaka to get in some sort of game this season to determine whether the pitcher can avoid elbow ligament-replacement surgery. In addition to pitching for the Yankees, appearing in the Arizona Fall League or the instructional league could be options. "You have to get him in games to resolve the situation -- thats the bottom line," Girardi said, "because you cant wait until next spring. It needs to resolve." ' ' '