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TORONTO -- The 2013 season is only months away and we're jumping for joy with excitement! With that, here are - in no particular order - the best mid-air moments that the CFL has had to offer.

2012: Koch's Leaping Grab

Esks wideout Cary Koch must be pretty good at the tip drill.

2012: The 'Lewis Leap'

He's 5-foot-10 and 240-pounds wide, but that never stops Stamps receiver Nik Lewis from going airborne.

2012: Hugh Charles' Backflip

His post-TD backflip has become a tradition in Edmonton!

2010: Cahoon Goes Airborne!

He's been retired for two seasons, but that doesn't mean we can't marvel at one of his greatest grabs.

2012: Hebert Sends Jones Flying

Kyries Hebert's return to football might most be remembered for sending Ticats receiver Onrea Jones into orbit with this massive block.

2010: Green goes airborne for miraculous snag

Als receiver SJ Green even fooled Chris Cuthbert with this unbelievable catch against the Riders in 2010.

1993: 81st Grey Cup - Lawler Scoops up Blocked Punt

First the ball goes soaring over Bob Cameron's head, then Nereo Bolzon goes soaring to block the punt.

2010: Lulay's Leap of Faith

Travis Lulay keeps and leaps.

2010: The Incredible Diving Dressler

Expect anything different from Weston Dressler?

1989: Champion Flies for TD

This game might be remembered for Ridgway's game-winning boot, but let's not forget about this spectacular catch.

2012: Kackert Picks his Corner

Big thanks to @HewisPhoto on Twitter for pointing this one out to us. Kackert's leap into the endzone was the exclamation point on his big Week 11 game!

Fan Comments
als rule
great action shots!! NOW START THE SEASON ALREADY!!
April 28, 2013 - 3:56pm