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Mitchell wins MOP, Sinopoli takes home the most outstanding Canadians



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Here are all the winners of this year's CFL Awards in Edmonton.


Most outstanding players

Winner: Bo Levi Mitchell – Calgary Stampeders

Quarterback Bo Levi Mitchell in Calgary Stampeders was named CFL's outstanding player on Thursday night.

Mitchell honored CFL's awards bett.

Voting was conducted by members of Canada's football reports as well as the nine CFL chief coaches.

It is the second outstanding player's honor for Mitchell, who also won in 2015.

Mitchell, 28, had a CFL high and career-best 35 touchdown passing this season in leading Calgary to the league's best regular season record (13-5).

The original of Katy, Tex, threw 5124 laps, recorded 42 finishes of 30 plus meters and had a TD-to-latch ratio of 2.5, both tops in CFL.

Mitchell becomes the ninth multiple winner in CFL history and is the second youngest to achieve the achievement. Jackie Parker won his second year 1958 at the age of 26.

Mitchell will lead Calgary to the Gray Cup game Sunday against Ottawa Redblacks. It is Stampeder's third straight championship pattern but they have lost both earlier times.

Hamilton Tiger-Cats quarterback Jeremiah Masoli, CFL's next runner-up with 5.209 meters this season, was the finalist.

Most outstanding Canadians

Winner: Brad Sinopoli – Ottawa Redblacks

Ottawa Redblack's slotback Brad Sinopoli was named CFL's best Canadian on Thursday night.

Sinopoli, from Peterborough, Ont., Captivated Honors on the League Awards.

Voting was conducted by members of Canada's football recruiters and the nine CFL chief coaches.

This is the second time Sinopoli has won the prize, it will only be done in 2015.

Sinopoli had 116 catches – a Canadian Canadian season – with Ottawa. The former Ottawa Gee-Gees star quarterback collected 1,376 recipes with four TDs to help the Redblack finish in the Eastern Division with an 11-7 record.

Sinopoli had broken the 1000-square plateau the four most recent accounts and had a CFL high 486 meters after the capture.

Winnipeg Runs Back Andrew Harris, last year's winner, was the finalist. Harris, a Winnipeg native, led CFL in rush for a second straight year, registered a career-best 1,390 meter.

This year's coach

Winner: Chris Jones – Saskatchewan Roughriders

Chris Jones of Saskatchewan Roughriders was named CFLs coach of the year on Thursday night.

Jones, also Riders general manager, honored the league's award-winning bett.

The voices were conducted by Canada's football recruiters and nine CFL coaches.

In his third season with the riders, Jones led the franchise to a 12-6 record and second place in the West Division. It matched the most victories of the franchise since 1970 and also earned Saskatchewan's first home game play since 2013.

Jones was the architect of a Saskatchewan defense who made the most touchdowns in franchise history (11) leading the league in opposing offensive (317.5 meters per game), forced most two-and-outs (107) and tied for the smallest bags allowed.

Coach Jones led Roughriders to 12 victories this season, which matched most since 1970. He becomes the fifth Rider to win glory and only since Corey Chamblin 2013.

Rick Campbell from Ottawa Redblacks, league champion coach 2015, was the finalist. Campbell team will meet Calgary Stampeders in the Gray Cup on Sunday.

Most Prominent Defensive Player

Winner: Adam Bighill – Winnipeg Blue Bombers

Linebacker Adam Bighill from Winnipeg Blue Bombers was named CFL's best defensive player on Thursday night.

Five-foot-10, 230-pound Bighill honored CFL's awards bett.

Voting was conducted by a member of the football teams in Canada and the nine CFL chief coaches.

This is the second time Bighill has won the award and claims it also in 2015 while he was with B.C. Lion.

Bighill, of Montesano, Wash., Had 105 tackles, four sacks two interceptions and one CFL high four forced fumbles in his first season with Winnipeg.

Bighill anchored a defense that ended up for the first in the league with 49 takeaways, others in points allowed (23.3 per game) and bound for the next few meters allowed per game (6.0). The bombers also completed the season with a sales ratio of plus-13.

Bighill becomes the fifth bomb to win the prize and only since Jovan Johnson 2011. He is also the ninth player to win glory on several occasions.

Hamilton Linebacker Larry Dean, who also recorded 105 tackles, was the finalist.

Most outstanding Special Teams Player

Winner: Lewis Ward – Ottawa Redblacks

Ottawa Redblack's kicker Lewis Ward was named CFL's best special player on Thursday night.

Lewis was honored by the league's award-winning bettor and received former CFL's highest rookie honor.

The voices were conducted by Canada's football recruiters and nine CFL coaches.

Ward scored 51-of-52 field goals (league record 98.1 percent), including a pro football record 48 straight that will continue until 2019.

Domestic in Kingston, Ont., Collect 169 points this Ottawa season, facing Calgary Stampeders in the Gray Cup on Sunday.

BC. Lions kicker Ty Long was the second finalist.

Most prominent Rookie

Winner: Lewis Ward – Ottawa Redblacks

Ottawa Redblack's kicker Lewis Ward was named CFL's top rookie Thursday night.

Lewis honored the league's award-winning bett.

The voices were conducted by Canada's football recruiters and nine CFL coaches.

Ward scored 51-of-52 field goals (league record 98.1 percent), including a pro football record 48 straight that will continue until 2019.

Domestic in Kingston, Ont., Collect 169 points this Ottawa season, facing Calgary Stampeders in the Gray Cup on Sunday.

Saskatchewan Roughriders recipient Jordan Williams-Lambert was the finalist. He was the club's leading leader with 62 catches for 764 meters and four TD.

Most Prominent Defensive Lineman

Winner: Stanley Bryant Jr. – Winnipeg Blue Bombers

Stanley Bryant from Winnipeg Blue Bombers was named CFL's top line killers Thursday night.

Bryant honored the league's award-winning bett.

The voices were conducted by Canada's football recruiters and nine CFL coaches.

It is the second straight year that Bryant has won glory. He is the first to do it since Montreal's Scott Flory (2008-09).

The six-foot-five, 311-pound Bryant led another solid season for Winnipeg's offensive line. Not only did Andrew Harris do for a league-high 1,390 meters but Bombers scored a CFL-best 53 offensive touchdowns and received 36 sacks, bound for third-league in the league.

Guard Brandon Revenberg of Hamilton Tiger-Cats was the East Finalist.

Hugh Campbell Distinguished Leadership Award

Winner: Wally Buono

Commissioner's price

Winner: Pierre Vercheval

Jake Gaudaur Veterans Award

Winner: Rolly Lumbala – BC Lions

Tom Pate Memorial Award

Winner: Ryan King – Edmonton Eskimos

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