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Wednesday, July 12, 2017


Toronto slotback SJ Green, B.C. linebacker Solomon Elimimian and Argonauts defensive lineman Victor Butler were named the top performers for Week 3 of the CFL season.

Green had a personal-best 210 yards and one touchdown on 10 catches to help the Argonauts come back and defeat the Ottawa Redblacks 26-25 on Saturday.

The South Florida alum had his biggest moment in the third quarter when he caught a 55-yard pass from quarterback Ricky Ray to give Toronto its first lead in the game.

Butler had eight tackles, including three quarterback sacks, in the victory.

Elimimian recorded 15 tackles in the Lions' 26-16 victory over the Montreal Alouettes on Thursday. That number tied his franchise record for tackles in a single game and was one shy of tying the league record held by Reggie Hunt.

(The Canadian Press)


Anonymous said...

Where is Reggie Hunt now? Good player, should be a CFLeague coach somewhere.

Anonymous said...

Why Elimimian is not in the NFL I'll never know! He should be making Jerrell Freeman type money.

CJ Evans said...

Elimimian just recovered from a torn achilles from last August, I believe. He is also 30 years old and has had his NFL opportunities. Not sure why he didn't stick in the NFL, but he is a BEAST up here!

Sweetpeas and Petunias said...

Listened to you on the sports cage on Monday and your comparison of Toronto and 2:00 am women was below you. It was embarrassing, sexist and misogynistic. Please don't objective women and rate them casual on looks.

Anonymous said...

Ok, I'm sorry! Now go make me a sandwich!......please!