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People around the Canadian Football League spread holiday cheer on social media this December.
Bombers offensive coordinator Paul LaPolice took the cake for ‘most creative present’, with his wife gifting him a wall decoration with each of his stops in Canadian football.
— Paul LaPolice (@PaulLaPolice) December 26, 2018
Plenty of other players and coaches from around the league took to Twitter to pass their holiday cheer on to fans around the league.
Merry Christmas @sskroughriders ! All of Rider nation I pray everyone has a blessed Christmas!
— Takoby Cofield (@TakobyC73) December 25, 2018
Happy Holidays to all! May the New Year be filled with new beginnings and flourishing friendships.
— Winston October (@CoachOctober) December 25, 2018
🎮 🎮 🎮
— BC LIONS (@BCLions) December 25, 2018
Shoutout to the Winnipeg digital content team for this adorable short clip with the Bighill family.
— WPG Blue Bombers (@Wpg_BlueBombers) December 25, 2018
Fans got in on the action, sharing their CFL-themed holiday stuff.
— Stamps Girl (@sljaeger) December 25, 2018
— Jane Holski (@runskifun) December 25, 2018
Our Rider Christmas tree topped with our angel, Gainer. Merry Christmas! pic.twitter.com/hh6OlJWDIJ
— Laurie Fisher (@bobofisher13) December 25, 2018
In addition, CFL players past and present posted photos with their loved ones in the spirit of the season.
Merry Christmas to all of our Friends and Family. May God bless you all doing the Holiday Season and into 2019!
From the Joseph Family!! pic.twitter.com/turV4XHYBk
— Kerry Joseph (@kerryjoseph4) December 25, 2018
Hope everyone is able to enjoy the holidays with people they love! Merry Christmas from my family to yours! 🌲🎁! pic.twitter.com/MqGMoPNGZ5
— Derek Dennis (@6BONECRUSHER3) December 25, 2018