Henry Burris, Jonathan Rose, Ernest Jackson, Abdul Kanneh, Alex Mateas, Antoine Pruneau among Redblacks’ nominated for the CFL’s all-decade team

Over the past few months, the CFL has had next to no news. The only real news coming in for the league has been Randy Ambrosie’s statements which haven’t even been read the majority of fans, but to get CFL fans more excited the CFL has put together a list of players who you can vote for to be on the CFL’s all-decade team.

With the CFL season being pushed back to September, this gives a great reason to have some CFL talk during what would be the 2020 season so lets take a look at the list…

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From the Ottawa Redblacks current and former squad the CFL has nominated, quarterbacks Henry Burris and Trevor Harris, running backs William Powell and Jeremiah Johnson, receivers Brad Sinopoli, Greg Ellingson, Ernest Jackson and Chris Williams, offensive linemen Alex Mateas, Nolan MacMillan, Sir Vincent Rogers, Jon Gott and J’Michael Deane, defensive linemen Moton Hopkins, Zack Evans, Cleyon Laing, Shawn Lemon, Justin Cappiciotti, and Keith Shologan, linebackers Damaso Munoz and Kyries Hebert, defensive backs Jovon Johnson, Jonathan Rose, Abdul Kanneh, Chris Randle, Winston Rose, and Louichez Purifoy, safety Antoine Pruneau, kickers Lewis Ward, Richie Leone and Brett Maher, specialist Nigel Romick, returners Diontae Spencer, Stefan Logan, Tristan Jackson, Jamill Smith and Chris Williams and coach Rick Campbell.

The Redblacks have only played in 6 seasons in the 2010 decade so having a long list of players nominated is fantastic so remember to cast your votes, starting with receivers and defensive backs, https://www.cfl.ca/2010s-all-decade-team-wrs-dbs/

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