Friday, 27 January 2012

Oh another great one decides to leave the game

  The CFL on Wednesday learned that Slotback Jermaine Copeland announced that he was retiring from the game and becoming the new receivers coach of the Hamilton Tiger-Cats. During his 11 year playing career, he caught 622 passes for 10,037 yards with three teams, the Als, the Stamps, and the Argos. He also played in 9 playoff games and started in three Grey Cup games winning two of them. Apart from being a two time CFL all star he will be best remembered for his touchdown celebrations he did with Calgary as he and the receiving corps went from doing a human bicycle to the bobsled. He ultimately leaves the game as the CFL's 15th leading receiver and becoming the 15th player in CFL history to eclipse the 10,000 yard mark in receiving yards.

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