LB – Luke Fields (Vancouver – Zurich)
Luke Fields started in six games for the Express and showed promise with 32 tackles, one tackle for loss, one sack, and two pass break ups. Fields showed great speed, and has impressed coaches with his work ethic.
FS – Earl Brown (Carolina – Manchester)
Brown played CB in Carolina but was moved to FS under Manchester management. Brown did not start a game, but played well when given the opportunity. He recorded eight tackles, one forced fumble, three sacks, one interception, and broke up two passes.
OT – Daniel Jernigan (Ann Arbor to Cincinnati)
Jernigan didn’t start for the Predators, but was excellent in relief duties. He recorded 19 pancakes to just three sacks allowed. Jernigan’s fantastic work ethic has Cincinnati’s coaching staff beaming with delight.
OT – Isidro Collins (Ohio – West Texas)
Collins started 14 games for West Texas had played decent, scoring 37 pancakes to 11 sacks allowed. Isidro Collins greatest attribute is his relentless work ethic, look for him to continue to improve.
RB – John Moen (Fairbanks – London)
John Moen was used as a KR/PR specialist in London. He returned 44 kicks for 1,136 yards, and had 25 punt returns for 147 yards. He did carry the rock twice for two yards.
DE – Jacques Duckett (Alberta – Colorado)
Despite only dressing for two games, Duckett showed that he is worthy of playing for a CFA squad and could grow into a solid starter/rotation player. In his brief showing, Duckett had three tackles and one sack.
OG – Billie Perez (Toronto – New York)
New York’s call up of Billie Perez looks to have been a depth move. He did start one game and had two pancakes and allowed three sacks.
WR – Brian Donohue (Minnesota – Philadelphia)
Philadelphia’s call up of Donohue was almost as bone headed as cutting RB Darnell Gruber a few games in the season when he was running Vicksburg(now Sicily). Donohue’s playing career is effectively over after spending the entire season on the practice squad.