The Winnipeg Blue Bombers are the defending Grey Cup champions and there's even a chance that they could host the 108th Grey Cup game if it is played at all. 

The Canadian Football League announced plans for the season today and they are rather shocking. The Grey Cup will now be played at the home stadium of whichever league finalist had the better record during the regular season. 

The league has also announced that the earliest a minimized scheduled season could begin would be in September, pushing the Grey Cup game to December, one month later than usual.

The festival that comes along with the Grey Cup won't be held this year. Regina will now host the 2022 Grey Cup while Hamilton will remain the host for next season.

It has also been released that the league may run games between a couple of different cities which would mean the Grey Cup would be played in one of those cities. 

When it comes to getting more information by the league, there are reports that indicate there would have to be a definitive "go" by early July which would allow American players to arrive for mandatory 14-day quarantine before training camp begins.