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Toronto’s Ricky Ray leads passers with 2,421 yards. Cal­gary’s Jerome Mes­sam is the league’s top rusher with 490 yards. Ot­tawa’s Greg Elling­son is the top re­ceiver with 702 yards, with Toronto’s S.J. Green not far be­hind at 673. Ot­tawa’s Brad Si­nop­oli has the most catches with 47. B.C.’s Solomon Elim­imian is the top tack­ler with 51 (Toronto’s Bear Woods and Cal­gary’s Alex Sin­gle­ton have 45 each). Toronto has three play­ers (Vic­tor But­ler with seven and Shawn Lemon and Jeff Fin­ley each with four) in the top 10 sack­ers. Win­nipeg’s TJ Heath is the top thief with four in­ter­cep­tions. Ot­tawa’s Kee­lan John­son is the lead­ing spe­cial teams tack­ler with 12. The Red­blacks have had their is­sues, but punt­ing isn’t one of them — Brett Ma­her leads the league with a 46.7-yard av­er­age.

“Phillip is a great foot­ball mind that has been around the game at all lev­els for a very long time,” said Ti­cats coach “He has been an ex­cel­lent ad­di­tion to our coach­ing staff this sea­son and we fully ex­pect him to flour­ish in his ex­panded role with our team mov­ing for­ward.”

The 63-year-old Lol­ley, 63, has more than three decades of coach­ing ex­pe­ri­ence, most re­cently serv­ing three sea­sons un­der as lineback­ers coach for the Saskatchewan Roughrid­ers (2016) and Ed­mon­ton Eski­mos (2014-15).

Reinebold has been of­fered an al­ter­nate po­si­tion to stay with the Ti­cats.

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