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Tuesday, October 05, 2010

WitP: Owens, Bess, Veikune, RGM

Chad Owens earned his fourth CFL Player of the Week award this year.
After being named the CFL’s Special Teams Player of the Month for September last week, the excitement around Argos returner Chad Owens continues to grow today as he has been named the Special Team Player of the Week (unanimous selection), his 4th Player of the Week recognition this season (weeks 2, 7, 12 and 14). Arguably the most exciting player in the CFL in 2010, Owens accumulated more than 300 all-purpose yards against the Roughriders on Saturday. He has the ability to energize crowds as he turns what seems to be no yards into huge gains.
Looks like Wes Welker thinks Davone Bess is the closest receiver to Wes Welker.

MiamiDolphins.com has a post-game interview with Davone Bess.

Speaking of the Dolphins, David Veikune worked out for them, according to The National Football Post.

And from several days ago, Ian Hamilton of the Leader-Post writes about Ryan Grice-Mullen's dreads.
The 24-year-old product of Rialto, Calif., started growing his dreadlocks when he was at the University of Hawaii. He and a couple of his teammates dyed their hair light brown one year — and the growth of his hair since then has created a golden colour that appears an inch or so from the end of the dreadlocks.

Grice-Mullen’s dreadlocks, like those of other Roughriders such as defensive linemen Kitwana Jones and Ikenna Ike, spill out the back of his helmet. Grice-Mullen said his dreadlocks are as long as they have ever been — and likely as long as they’re ever going to be.

“I’m not going to let them get too long because I’m an offensive player,” he said. “You’ve got to worry about guys reaching out and grabbing them. A lot of guys on defence, they can let theirs go because they’re doing the tackling.


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