Canadian Football League

Wednesday, August 02, 2006

Stegall wins second straight Canadian Football League Player Of The Week

Winnipeg Blue Bombers wide receiver Milt Stegall was named the CFL's offensive player of the week on Wednesday.

Winnipeg's Milt Stegall (85) made 11 catches for 162 yards against Hamilton last week. This is the second straight week Stegall has won the honour.
Stegall made 11 catches for 162 yards in Winnipeg's 29-0 victory over the Hamilton Tiger-Cats last Friday. It was Stegall's second consecutive 100-yard game and fourth of the season.
B.C. Lions linebacker Javier Glatt won the defensive player of the week award.
Glatt registered two interceptions, three tackles, a quarterback sack and one pass knockdown in B.C.'s 28-8 victory over the Toronto Argonauts on Saturday.
Fred Perry of the Saskatchewan Roughriders earned the lineman of the week honour.
Perry recorded three tackles and three quarterback sacks for 17 yards in Saskatchewan's 19-9 victory over the Calgary Stampeders on Saturday.
Winnipeg kicker Troy Westwood was selected as the special teams player of the week.
Westwood was a perfect 2-for-2 in field goals against Hamilton, connecting from 23 and 21 yards. He also scored two singles on seven punts for 362 yards and had seven kickoffs for 299 yards.


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