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December 7, 2017

Number 69

NUMBER SIXTY-NINE
NAME POSITION YEAR
Paul Archer (also 79) OL 2007
Kenny Browne OL 1995
Sukh Chungh G 2015-
Andrew Carter OL 2003
Rob Davidson (also 96) DT 1993-95
Al Forkheim (also 56) HB 1950
Glenn January OT 2009-13
Grant McPherson G, T 1951
Gary Moten LB 1985
Bobby Pandelidis G 1996
Scott Redl OL, DL 1989-90
Franco Rocca OL 1997
David Stanley LB 1988
Eric Wilson (also 67, 94) G, DT 2002-03, 2006

 

Division All-Stars:

  • Glenn January (2011, 2012, 2013)

 

Bomber Team Awards:

  • Most Outstanding Offensive Lineman – Glenn January, 2012, 2013, 2014

 

He Wore It Well: Glenn January, OT, 2009-13

Glenn January was a star at Texas Tech before coming north to the CFL, first with the Toronto Argonauts and then with the Saskatchewan Roughriders before signing with the Bombers as a free agent in 2009.

January was a technician playing the offensive tackle position, controlling defensive ends with a combination of strength and technique. He was the Bombers top O-lineman three straight years, from 2012-14.

Notable:

Eric Wilson was as tough as they come and versatile enough to play both defensive tackle and, when injuries mounted, move across the line of scrimmage to play guard. He started at the University of Michigan before joining the Bombers after a stint with the Detroit Lions. He left Winnipeg in 2004 for a two-year stretch with the Miami Dolphins. Wilson returned to the CFL and finished his career with the Montreal Alouettes, winning Grey-Cup titles in 2009 and 2010.