#9 - DAMON ALLEN
 One of the most accomplished and celebrated players in the CFL, Allen’s unprecedented 23-year career as an elite quarterback spanned three decades and included four Grey Cup Championships, three Grey Cup MVPs and one CFL Most Outstanding Player Award.

This future Hall of Famer’s  72,381 passing yards are more than any other player in professional football, and his 11,914 rushing yards rank as the third-highest total in CFL history – just 329 yards behind his brother, Pro Football Hall of Fame running back Marcus Allen’s career rushing total.  He is one of just three quarterbacks in league history to run for 1,000 yards in a single season.

In 1984 Damon was drafted by the Detroit Tigers where his team winning the National Championships at Fullerton. Allen ended his illustrious career holding the following CFL Regular Season records:

  • CFL’s all-time leading passer – 72,831 yards
  • CFL’s all-time leader in passing touchdowns – 394
  • CFL’s all-time leader in pass attempts – 9,138
  • CFL’s all-time leader in pass completions – 5,158
  • Longest Pass Completion – 109 yards
  • CFL’s all-time leader in rushing yards by a quarterback (ranks 3rd in all-time CFL rushing, by any player) -11,914

Damon Allen is also well known for his charitable endeavors including:

  • The Damon Allen Quarterback Challenge for Kids
  • Grey Cup Event Night of Champions for which the proceeds are given to Amateur Football in Canada

#17 - KHARI JONES
Is a retired professional Canadian football player and former television sports reporter for the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation. Jones played quarterback in the Canadian Football League, where he enjoyed his most success with the Winnipeg Blue Bombers. Jones also played briefly for the Arena Football League's Albany Firebirds and the World League of American Football's Scottish Claymores. Khari Jones was named CFL's Most Outstanding Player in 2001. Currently Jones works as quarterback coach for the Hamilton Tiger Cats.

Head Coach - Joe Paopao
Between the years of 1978-1987 Joe Paopao played for the BC Lions, Saskatchewan Roughriders, and Ottawa Rough Riders. A long-time coach in the Canadian Football League, who last served as a head coach in the CFL for the Ottawa Renegades from 2001-2005. Paopao is currently the offensive coordinating coach for the University of Waterloo Warriors.



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"This time around, be more prepared to play the game.." - Damon Allen