The Hamilton Tiger-Cats have announced the defensive ends eligible for All-Time Team voting on Tuesday.
The nominees are Tim Cheatwood, Tim Cofield, Grover Covington, Billy Ray Locklin, Vince Mazza, Joe Montford and Peter Neumann.
Fans can vote by logging on to Ticats.ca and are encouraged to share your picks on Twitter and facebook.
Just for voting, fans can win great prizes, including a VIP trip for 2 to the 100th Grey Cup, a final game at Ivor Wynne Stadium experience, jerseys, tickets and more.
Once the final team is selected, the names will be unveiled during the week of the regular season finale.
The players chosen will be a big part of the post-game closing ceremonies at Ivor Wynne Stadium on October 27th.
Played 61 games in five years with the Ticats
2x East All-Star
East Division Most Outstanding Player in 1952
4x CFL All-Star
4x East Division All-Star
3x Winner for CFL Outstanding Defensive Player
His 95 sacks and 422 tackles are the second most in Tiger-Cats history
His 26 sacks in 1999 are the highest single-season total in Ticats history
Made 3 or more sacks in seven games
Elected to Canadian Hall of Fame in 2011
1x CFL All-Star
2x East Division All-Star
1x nominee for CFL Most Outstanding Player
1x nominee for CFL Outstanding Defensive Player
His 41 sacks are the 4th most in Ticats history, also made 225 tackles
4th all-time Tiger-cats career sacks (41)
4x CFL All-Star
7x East Division All-Star
1x Nominee for CFL Outstanding Defensive Player
1x Winner for CFL Outstanding Defensive Player
CFL and Tiger-Cats record for career sacks (157)
Elected to the Canadian Football Hall of Fame in 2000
Grey cup record for sacks in a game with 5 - 1986
2x CFL All-Star
2x Division All-Star
2x Nominee for CFL Outstanding Defensive Player
1x Finalist for CFL Outstanding Defensive Player
Billy Ray Locklin
3x CFL All-Star
3x East Division ALL-Star
2x nominee for CFL Most Outstanding Lineman
Won two Grey Cups
1x CFL All-Star – 1964
9x East Division All-Star
3x nominee for Most Outstanding Canadian
CFL Hall of Famer
Won three cups, played in eight finals