Graeme Bell


228 lbs


5' 10"






Oct 15th, 1980

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Played 15 games and West Semi-Final at fullback…missed the first three games of the season due to injury…caught one pass for one yard and a touchdown…also recorded one special teams tackle…winner of the CFL’s Jake Gaudaur Veterans’ Award which recognizes a player who best demonstrates the attributes of Canada's Veterans.


Played in all 18 regular season games for the Riders…recorded five special teams tackles…had one kick-off return for 12 yards…received the Mosaic Community Award for his dedication off the field.


Bell played as a fullback in 3 games - with 2 starts, and had 2 special teams tackles.  He was on a 1-game injury list for games 3 thru 9, and on the reserve roster for Game 10. Bell played in Game 11 where he was re-injured and placed on the 9 game Injured list.


Bell played in all 18 games at fullback and on special teams. He made three receptions for 13 yards, one carry for six yards and seven special teams tackles. He has also returned seven kickoffs for 60 yards.


Bell appeared in 18 games and the East Semi-Final. A special teams ace, Bell had 23 special teams tackles in the regular season. He also had three carries for one yard and a touchdown and two receptions for 11 yards. In the post-season he had two special teams tackles.


Bell missed the 2007 season as the result of an off-season head injury.


Bell played in seven games with the Bombers after joining the team in August. Bell proved to be Mr. Versatility in his brief stint with the team. He backed-up both the running back and wide receiver spots. He was also a regular on special teams. His numbers for the season included one defensive tackle, two special teams tackles and one kickoff return for no yards.


Bell studied kinesiology at the University of Saskatchewan. Graeme attended Walter Murray High School (Saskatoon, SK) where he competed in football, basketball and wrestling.


Bell played an important role with the Saskatchewan Huskies and helped the team get to the Vanier Cup Final in both 2002 and 2004. Prior to joining the Huskies, Bell was a standout with the Saskatoon Hilltops junior team and won a 2001 CJFL championship in 2001.