Awards season has kicked off in the CFL with each team’s top players being recognized.
Receiver Andy Fantuz is Hamilton’s Player of the Year and was a unanimous choice for top Canadian.
Fantuz broke Hamilton’s single season receptions record with 101 catches for 1,059 yards and five touchdowns.
The London, Ontario native suffered a suspected torn ACL last week and is expected to miss the rest of the season.
John Chick got the nod on defence.
The longtime Saskatchewan Roughriders defensive end has recorded a team high 14 sacks, tied for second place in 2016.
Ryan Bomben is the top offensive lineman.
The 29-year-old Burlington native has started all 17 games at right guard and played in his 100th career game on October 21 in Ottawa.
Fellow trench mate Brandon Revenberg is the Ticats’ rookie of the year.
The 23-year-old has played in all 17 games, starting five at left guard and one game at right tackle.
Brandon Banks, the CFL’s Special Teams Player of the Year in 2015, received Hamilton’s special teams honour.
“Speedy B” has returned a punt for a touchdown this season and is fifth in the CFL with a 22.7 yard kickoff return average.
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The East and West Division winners for the 2016 CFL Awards will be announced November 12 and the league wide winners will be honoured November 24 in Toronto.