Calgary players honoured

Calgary receiver Jeremaine Copeland is the CFL offensive player of the week after scoring a touchdown in the final minutes to lift the Stampeders to a win over Edmonton.

Calgary Stampeders' Joffrey Reynolds celebrates the winning touchdown by teammate Jeremaine Copeland

Calgary receiver Jeremaine Copeland is the CFL offensive player of the week after scoring a touchdown in the final minutes to lift the Stampeders to a win over Edmonton.

Copeland caught five receptions for 117 yards and two touchdowns in Friday’s 35-34 win. Copeland leads the league in touchdowns with 11, and is second in receiving yards with 759. Stamps quarterback Henry Burris was the runner-up for the honour.

Calgary lineman Jim Davis earned defensive honours after compiling four tackles, including three sacks and one forced fumble.

Saskatchewan linebacker Sean Lucas was also up for the award.

Roughriders kicker Luca Congi was named the special teams player of the week after converting all six of his field goal attempts in a 55-10 win over Winnipeg.

Lions safety Jason Arakgi and Eskimos kick returner were also in the running for the honour.

Montreal linebacker Shea Emry collected six tackles and a sack in a 28-24 win over B.C., to earn top Canadian honours. Toronto linebacker Kevin Eiben and Calgary receiver Ryan Thelwell were runners-up.

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