Edmonton, AB (Nov 22, 2018)
The CFL Players’ Association is pleased to announce its 2018 CFLPA All-Star Team:

QuarterbackJeremiah MasoliHamilton Tiger-Cats
Offensive TackleJoel FigueroaBC Lions
Offensive TackleDerek DennisCalgary Stampeders
Offensive GuardBrendon LaBatteSaskatchewan Roughriders
Offensive GuardSukh ChunghWinnipeg Blue Bombers
CentreUcambre WilliamsCalgary Stampeders
Running BackWilliam PowellOttawa REDBLACKS
FullbackDeclan CrossToronto Argonauts
Slot BackS.J. GreenToronto Argonauts
Slot BackBryan BurnhamBC Lions
Wide ReceiverD’haquille WilliamsEdmonton Eskimos
Wide ReceiverBrandon BanksHamilton Tiger-Cats
Long SnapperChad RempelWinnipeg Blue Bombers
Defensive EndWillie JeffersonSaskatchewan Roughriders
Defensive EndCharleston HughesSaskatchewan Roughriders
Defensive TackleAlmondo SewellEdmonton Eskimos
Defensive TackleMicah JohnsonCalgary Stampeders
Middle LinebackerAlex SingletonCalgary Stampeders
Weakside LinebackerSimoni LawrenceHamilton Tiger-Cats
Strongside LinebackerDon UnambaHamilton Tiger-Cats
CornerbackDelvin BreauxHamilton Tiger-Cats
CornerbackNick MarshallSaskatchewan Roughriders
HalfbackAaron GrymesEdmonton Eskimos
HalfbackEd GaineySaskatchewan Roughriders
SafetyTaylor LofflerWinnipeg Blue Bombers
PunterRichie LeoneOttawa REDBLACKS
Place KickerBrett LautherSaskatchewan Roughriders
Special TeamsLewis WardOttawa REDBLACKS
Head Coach:  June JonesHamilton Tiger-Cats

These All-Star Nominations are regarded as one of the most prestigious awards as they are voted on by peers.

This team was voted on by current members on the 9 CFL Member Clubs.  This year we received over 400 ballots that determined the 2018 winners.

Only players who have PLAYED 12 or more games during the season are eligible. Players MAY NOT VOTE for any player or coach who is a member of their own team.

This vote is unique in that the players only vote for the All-Stars in the positions they go head to head with since they can best judge the abilities and skills of these players.  For example, Wide Receivers and Slot Backs are voted for by Defensive Backs & Secondary Coaches.  All Players and Coaches may vote for the Head Coach and Special Teams Player.

The voting is conducted as follows:  Each player selects 3 players at the specified positions on their ballot and ranks them 1st through 3rd.  First place votes receive 3 points, second place votes receive two points and third place votes receive one point.  After all votes are weighted, the players with the highest point totals for each position are named as C.F.L.P.A. All-Stars.

We wish to congratulate all the All-Star’s on a well-deserved acknowledgement as well as an outstanding season both on and off the field.

Jeff Keeping
CFLPA President

About the CFLPA
The Canadian Football League Players’ Association (CFLPA) is the union for professional football players in the Canadian Football League (CFL). Since 1965, the Association has worked to establish fair and reasonable working conditions while protecting the rights of all CFL players. In addition to negotiating and enforcing the terms of the Collective Bargaining Agreement (CBA), the CFLPA provides a variety of member services, builds corporate and community partnerships and works diligently for the betterment of its membership. The current CBA will be in place through 2019. Find us online at

For more information:  Jason Langvee, CFLPA Office, [email protected], 1-800-616-6865

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