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The CFL Players’ Association Announces 2022 All-Star Team

Regina, SK – The CFL Players’ Association (CFLPA) tonight announced the 2022 CFLPA All-Star team at a special event during this year’s Grey Cup festival in Regina.

CFLPA All-Star nominations are considered to be highly prestigious awards as they are voted on by peers – for the players and by the players.

The 2022 ballot was made available to all CFLPA members on each team that competed in a minimum of 1 game this season. There were more than 450 ballots cast and only players who had played 12 or more games during this season were eligible to be on a ballot.

Players could not vote for any player or coach who is a member of their own team and could only vote for other players they most closely study and compete directly against week in and week out. For example, wide receivers and slot backs were voted for by defensive backs.

In addition, all CFLPA members voted for one 2022 All-Star Head Coach and one Special Teams Player.


QB: Zach Collaros – WPG

FB: David Mackie – BC

RB: Ka’Deem Carey – CAL

C: David Beard – HAM

G: Brandon Revenberg – HAM

G: Patrick Neufeld – WPG

OT: Jermarcus Hardrick – WPG

OT: Stanley Bryant – WPG

SB: Reggie Begelton – CAL

SB: Nic Demski – WPG

WR: Dominique Rhymes – BC

WR: Eugene Lewis – MTL


DT: Jake Ceresna – EDM

DT: Almondo Sewell – MTL

DE: Folarin Orimolade – CAL

DE: Lorenzo Mauldin IV – OTT

WLB: Cameron Judge – CAL

MLB: Adam Bighill – WPG

SLB: Derrick Moncrief – SSK

CB: Jamal Peters – TOR

CB: Nick Marshall – SSK

HB: T.J. Lee – BC

HB: Deatrick Nichols – WPG

S: Tunde Adeleke – HAM

 Special Teams

K: René Paredes – CAL

P: Richie Leone – OTT

LS: Aaron Crawford – CAL

Special: Mario Alford – SSK


Coach: Mike O’Shea – WPG

We wish to congratulate all the All-Star’s on a well-deserved acknowledgement as well as an outstanding season both on and off the field!!!

About the CFLPA
The Canadian Football League Players’ Association (CFLPA) is the union for professional football players in the Canadian Football League (CFL). Since 1965, the Association has worked to establish fair and reasonable working conditions while protecting the rights of all CFL players. In addition to negotiating and enforcing the terms of the Collective Bargaining Agreement (CBA), the CFLPA provides a variety of member services, builds corporate and community partnerships and works diligently for the betterment of its membership. Find us online at

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