This is sad news!! May he rest in peace!!!

Legendary CFL coach and player Ron Lancaster dies of lung cancer at age 69
Hamilton (CP) – The CFL has lost one of its legends.
Canadian Football Hall of Famer Ron Lancaster has died. He was 69. A Hamilton Tiger-Cats spokesman says he died Wednesday night.
The former star quarterback and coach was diagnosed with lung cancer in early August and had been undergoing radiation and chemotherapy to treat the disease.
He had been working as a colour analyst on Hamilton Tiger-Cats radio broadcasts this season before receiving the diagnosis.
Lancaster began his illustrious CFL career in 1960 with the Ottawa Rough Riders.
He was dealt to Saskatchewan in 1963, spending 16 years there and leading the Roughriders to their first-ever Grey Cup title in 1966. He was the CFL’s outstanding player in 1970 and ’76.
He also had a lengthy coaching career with Saskatchewan, Edmonton and Hamilton, winning two Grey Cups while on the sidelines.
He is survived by his wife Bev, three children Lana, Ron and Bob and his four grandchildren.