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TORONTO - The Canadian Football League (CFL) announced today the 2012 East and West Division All-Stars. The Division All-Stars were selected by 70 voters, including members of the Football Reporters of Canada (FRC), CFL head coaches, and CFL fans from across the country.
The FRC voting panel consists of representation from each CFL market and a national chapter.
The All-Star Balloting program reopens today for fans to make their selections for the 2012 CFL All-Stars. The final round of voting for fans closes on Sunday, November 11, prior to kickoff (1:00pm ET) of the Eastern Semi-Final in Toronto where the Argonauts host the Edmonton Eskimos at Rogers Centre. The Western Semi-Final kicks off at 4:30pm ET in Cagary where the Stampeders take on the Saskatchewan Roughriders.
The CFL All-Stars will be announced in early December.
The All-Star ballot will reopen later today at  
QB    Anthony Calvillo
RB    Avon Cobourne
RB    Chad Simpson
R    SJ Green
R    Chris Matthews
R    Chad Owens
R    Chris Williams
T    Josh Bourke
T    Glenn January
G    Peter Dyakowski
G    Scott Flory
C    Luc Brodeur-Jourdain

DT    Armond Armstead
DT    Bryant Turner
DE    John Bowman
DE    Alex Hall
LB    Chip Cox
LB    Shea Emry
LB    Renaud Williams
CB    Jovon Johnson
CB    Pat Watkins
DB    Dwight Anderson
DB    Jonathan Hefney
S    Kyries Hebert

K    Luca Congi
P    Josh Bartel
ST   Chris Williams

QB   Travis Lulay
RB   Jon Cornish
RB   Andrew Harris
R    Weston Dressler
R    Chris Getzlaf
R    Nik Lewis
R    Fred Stamps
T    Ben Archibald
T    Jovan Olafioye
G    Brendon Labatte
G    Dimitri Tsoumpas
C    Angus Reid

DT    Ted Laurent
DT    Almondo Sewell
DE    Charleston Hughes
DE    Keron Williams
LB    Adam Bighill
LB    JC Sherritt
LB    Juwan Simpson
CB    Joe Burnett
CB    Keon Raymond
DB    Korey Banks
DB    Ryan Phillips
S    Donovan Alexander


K    Rene Paredes
P    Rob Maver
ST   Tim Brown

Fan Comments
Weird but Saskatchewan with second best defense has no stars. Weaker defenses in Montreal and Edmonton have more stars than BC's top defense.
November 09, 2012 - 6:04am
In Sask there was alot of rotation of starters. Indication of at least depth on D if not the all stars. Acouple of linebackers that were probably fourth and fifth were Loebendahn and Brackenridge.
November 19, 2012 - 2:47pm
makes sense....als D cant stop anyone but have 5 all

Jovon johnson????what year is it?
November 08, 2012 - 4:01pm
als rule
argos!! LOL LOL LOL. let me get this straight 1 man owns both the lions and argos and the 100th GC is being played in hogtown BUT oh no senator david braley isn't trying to steal this year's GC!! want to bet? no wonder it's fans make bizarre comments!! not surprising!! LOL LOL LOL
November 08, 2012 - 11:15pm
Ironic but sad that Ticats have more players (7 in 8 positions - C Williams x 2) than they had wins! Goes to show that there is talent at least in two areas of the team. Knowlton (LB) might also have had a nod if he hadn't missed more than half the season with injury - but then Ticats would likely have had more wins! Great to see that the three ST players are all in black and gold too! Fantastic job Luca, Josh, and of course Chris!
November 08, 2012 - 3:47pm
To correct myself Ticats have 6 players in 7 positions - Chris Williams on both special teams and as receiver.
November 08, 2012 - 8:21pm
I think it's a fairly balanced selection, though I have a question, hypothetically, if they were to pick a second QB (say for "backup purposes") for both sides, who would've been given the nod?
November 08, 2012 - 12:33pm