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Former Winnipeg Blue Bomber, Craig Roh, dead at 33

Defensive lineman Craig Roh, who won a Grey Cup with the Winnipeg Blue Bombers in 2019, has died. He was 33.

Roh's wife, Chelsea, confirmed his death on social media.

"I wanted to let all of his followers know that after an 18-month battle with Stage 4 colon cancer, God brought Craig home on Monday," she tweeted.

"Craig was not very public with his battle, as he truly just wanted to focus on bringing the best content and building the best products he could."

News of Roh's death hit former teammate Adam Bighill, a linebacker with the Blue Bombers, very hard.

"Craig was not only one of my closest friends but was like family," Bighill tweeted. "My [broken heart emoji] hurts so much for his family, and we have been hurting this whole 18-month journey.

"I could go on for hours of great things, but Craig was a devoted man of faith, and an amazing friend."

Derek Dennis, a retired former CFL offensive lineman, also offered his condolences on social media.

"Tremendous amount of respect for him as a teammate in Carolina to competitor in CFL," Dennis tweeted. "Rest easy brother and my condolences to his wife and family."

The six-foot-five, 266-pound Roh, a native of Scottsdale, Ariz., played in the CFL with the B.C. Lions (2015-17) and Winnipeg (2018-19). He signed with the Toronto Argonauts in 2020 but the league didn't play that season due to the global pandemic.

"Craig was a consummate professional who always battled hard for his teammates," the Lions said in a statement.

"His dedication to representing the B.C. Lions and helping others was also evident during the many hours he put into our team's school programs. Our thoughts are with Craig's wife Chelsea, son Max and their entire family at this difficult time."

Roh had 64