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Redblacks has won three prizes, Mitchell won the MOP



Here are all the winners of the Edmonton CFL Awards.


The best player

Winner: Bo Levi Mitchell – Calgary Stampeders

Quarterback Bo Levi Mitchell Calgary Stampeders, a great player called CFL tonight.

Mitchell was honored at the CFL awards ceremony.

The vote was made by the Canadian Football Reports and nine CFL coaches.

Mitchell is a great second player, who also won in 2015.

Mitchell, 28, had a CFL-high and was at the best-for-season season of 35-season Kalgary in a regular season (13-5).

Katy, Tex. By birth, a shot of 5,552 meters, a record of 42 meters of 30 meters, and a TD-offset ratio of 2.5 on CFL two tops.

Mitchell becomes the ninth winner of the CFL history and the latter is the youngest. Jackie Parker won his second in 1958, at the age of 26.

Mitchell will face Calgary's Greek Cup against Ottawa Redblack on Sunday. Stampeders is a third-level live tournament, but lost in previous seasons.

Hamilton Tiger-Cats quarterback Jeremiah Masoli, CFL's second-ranking leader, this season's 5,209-meter finalist.

Canadian Campaign Additional

Winner: Brad Sinopoli – Ottawa Redblacks

Ottawa Redblacks slotback Brad Sinopoli CFL was named Top Canadian Thursday night.

Sinopoli, from Peterborough, Ont. -K, was honored in the distribution of the leagues awards.

The vote was made by the Canadian Football Reports and nine CFL coaches.

For the second time, Sinopi won the prize for the first time in 2015.

Sinopoli had 116 catches – a single Canadian Canadian record – Ottawa. The first whistleblower Ottawa Gee-Gees scored 1,376-meter shots with four TDs, ending Redblack at the East Division 11-7 record.

Sinopoly broke the last four straight seasons in the yard of 1,000 meters and made a 486-meter high CFL catch.

Winnipeg runs Andrew Harris last year, winner, finalist. Harris, the originator of Winnipeg, for the second year running for the CFL, obtained an 1,390-meter career.

Coach of the year

Winner: Chris Jones – Saskatchewan Roughriders

Chris Jones, from Saskatchewan Roughriders, was appointed CFL coach on Thursday night.

Jones also received the award for the best league award ceremony, the CEO of cyclists.

The vote was made by the Canadian Football Reports and nine CFL coaches.

Riders in his third season, Jones won the 12-6 Westchester record in second place. Since 1970, he has combined most of the franchise wins and Saskatchewan has made his debut since 2013.

Jones had a defense of Saskatchewan for most of the touchdowns in French history (11) and was a league leader in the net offense (317.5 meters per game), forced two and out (107), and fewer sacks were accepted.

Coach Jones earned Roughriders 12 victories this season, the most adaptive since 1970. He won the fifth driver in principle and for the first time Corey Chamblin in 2013.

Rick Campbell Ottawa Redblacks, the first coach of 2015, was a finalist. Campbell's team will face the Gray Cup Stampeders on Sunday.

The best defensive player

Winner: Adam Bighill – Winnipeg Blue Bombers

Winnipeg Blue Bombers Adam Bighille was appointed as CFL's top defense player on Thursday night.

Bighill's five feet were awarded 10 and 230 pounds CFL banquet awards.

The vote was made by the Canadian Football Reports and nine CFL coaches.

For the second time, Bighille won the award, also in 2015, B.C. Lions

Bighill, Montesano, Wash., 105 times, four sacked two interceptions and CFL-high four forced toes in his first season of Winnipeg.

Bighille fitted 49 takeaway in the defense, in the second point (23.3 for each game) and in the minimum allowed for each game (6.0). Bomber also completed a 13-year turnover ratio for a period of one season.

Bighill becomes the fifth Bomber to win the award and Jovan Johnson since 2011. In addition, the ninth player has won an honor many times.

Hamilton's linebacker, Larry Dean, also registered 105 coaches, was a finalist.

Special Player Special Player

Winner: Lewis Ward – Ottawa Redblacks

The shooter of Ottawa Redblacks was named former Lewis Ward CFL former player on Thursday night.

Lewis received the award-winning awards ceremony and received the Honorable Honorary Honor of CFL.

The vote was made by the Canadian Football Reports and nine CFL coaches.

Ward scored 51 goals for 52 goals (98.1 percentage point record), including a 48-player record player leading to 2019.

Kingston's birth, Ont., Scored 169 points this season on Ottawa, the Gray Cup Stampeders on Sunday.

B.C. The shooter in Leon, Ty Long, was another finalist.

A remarkable rookie

Winner: Lewis Ward – Ottawa Redblacks

Ottawa Redblacks's shooter Lewis Ward was named top rookie on Thursday night.

Lewis won the awards ceremony that won the league.

The vote was made by the Canadian Football Reports and nine CFL coaches.

Ward scored 51 goals for 52 goals (98.1 percentage point record), including a 48-player record player leading to 2019.

Kingston's birth, Ont., Scored 169 points this season on Ottawa, the Gray Cup Stampeders on Sunday.

Saskatchewan Roughriders was the winner of Jordan Williams-Lambert finalist. The main recipient of the club was 62 catches of 764 meters and four TDs.

Most Defensive Line

Winner: Stanley Bryant – Winnipeg Blue Bombers

Stanley Bryant, of Winnipeg Blue Bombers, was named on Thursday's top liner CFL.

Bryant won the awards ceremony that won the league.

The vote was made by the Canadian Football Reports and nine CFL coaches.

For the second consecutive year, Bryant has won the honor. In Montreal, Scott Flory (2008-09) has made it.

Bryant's Five-Five-Five-Five-Meter 311-kg Winnipeg Offensive Season. Andrew Harris did not only run a 1,250-meter treasure hunt, but the bombings hit a CFL with 53 touchdowns and 36 sacks against third-time bans.

Hamilton Tiger-Cats Guard Brandon Revenberg was the eastern finalist.

Hugh Campbell Distinguished Leadership Award

Winner: Wally Buono

Commissioner's Award

Winner: Pierre Vercheval

Jake Gaudaur Veterans Prize

Winner: Rolly Lumbala – BC Lions

Tom Pate Memorial Award

Winner: Ryan King – Edmonton Eskimos


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