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21. LB - Jamall Johnson (337)

2010
TKL SACKS INT FUM TD
101 5 1 1 0
Career
TKL SACKS INT FUM TD
275 14 2 3 0
Noteworthy
After spending four seasons with the B.C. Lions, Johnson returned from a brief stint in the NFL to join the Tiger-Cats, picking up right where he left off. Johnson led the Tiger-Cats with 101 tackles last season and is a part of one of the best linebacking corps in the league.

22. DE - John Bowman (313)

2010
TKL SACKS INT FUM TD
32 12 0 0 0
Career
TKL SACKS INT FUM TD
141 41 0 5 0
Noteworthy
Bowman tied for first in the CFL for most forced fumbles and finished second for most sacks in 2010. He also tied for first on the Alouettes for most tackles for a loss last season.

23. LB - Juwan Simpson (310)

2010
TKL SACKS INT FUM TD
71 7 1 3 0
Career
TKL SACKS INT FUM TD
101 9 1 3 0
Noteworthy
Simpson led the Stampeders in 2010 with a career-high 71 tackles and tied for the team lead with seven sacks. Simpson was also the West Division finalist for the CFL's Most Outstanding Defensive Player award.

24. LB - Solomon Elimimian (304)

2010
TKL SACKS INT FUM TD
77 5 0 1 0
Career
TKL SACKS INT FUM TD
77 5 0 1 0
Noteworthy
Elimimian broke onto the scene early in the season and after leading the team in tackles, he went on to be named the West Division and CFL Outstanding Rookie award.

25. DT - Doug Brown (297)

2010
TKL SACKS INT FUM TD
49 5 0 1 0
Career
TKL SACKS INT FUM TD
99 11 0 2 0
Noteworthy
Brown continues to attract attention in the middle of the Blue Bombers defensive front, opening up opportunities for his teammates to get to the quarterback. The veteran finished 2010 with 49 tackles, the third most among CFL defensive lineman, and was named Winnipeg’s Most Outstanding Canadian Player for the eighth time in the past ten years.

26. DE - Stevie Baggs (296)

2010
TKL SACKS INT FUM TD
22 5 1 3 2
Career
TKL SACKS INT FUM TD
102 21 2 5 2
Noteworthy
Baggs joined the Tiger-Cats halfway through last season and appeared in seven games for Hamilton. Baggs helped improve the Tiger-Cats pass rush, recording five sacks in his shortened season.

27. WR - Ken Yon Rambo (295)

2010
NO. YARDS AVG LONG TD
72 1,172 16.3 100 8
Career
NO. YARDS AVG LONG TD
355 5,300 14.9 100 34
Noteworthy
Rambo had another impressive campaign in 2010, passing the 5,000-yard mark for his career and adding to his resume with a 100-yard touchdown recption in October against the Alouettes.

28. DE - Ronald Flemons (264)

2010
TKL SACKS INT FUM TD
53 8 0 4 0
Career
TKL SACKS INT FUM TD
121 19 0 4 0
Noteworthy
Flemons was named the Argonauts Outstanding Defensive Player for his strong season with the Boatmen. Flemons posted the second highest sack total on the Argos with eight, while leading the team in passes knocked down with six.

29. OL - Josh Bourke (261)

Noteworthy
Bourke was part of an offensive line that allowed the third least quarterback sacks this season while helping the Alouettes’ offence lead the CFL in most passing categories.

30. WR - Fred Stamps (244)

2010
NO. YARDS AVG LONG TD
80 1,223 15.3 51 5
Career
NO. YARDS AVG LONG TD
243 2,665 15.1 63 19
Noteworthy
Despite missing four games, Stamps ended the season as the Eskimos' top receiver. Stamps was the Eskimos' nominee for Most Outstanding Player and was named a 2010 West Division All-Star and CFLPA All-Star.

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