Rob Bagg, John Chick among CFL players of month

Two members of the Saskatchewan Roughriders, defensive lineman John Chick and slotback Rob Bagg, were among the CFL players of the month, announced Wednesday.

Saskatchewan duo among four players honoured for August

Saskatchewan Roughriders slotback Rob Bagg (6) was selected the top Canadian player in the CFL for the month of August. (Liam Richards/Canadian Press)

Slotback Rob Bagg and defensive lineman John Chick of the Saskatchewan Roughriders captured CFL player-of-the-month honours for August on Wednesday.

Bagg was named the outstanding Canadian with 23 catches for 357 yards and a touchdown. The former Queen's University star is fifth in the CFL in receiving with 32 catches for 472 yards.

Chick was named the top defensive player after recording five sacks, 12 tackles, a force fumble and four tackles for a loss as Saskatchewan went 5-0 last month. Chick has a league-leading 12 sacks, a career high.

Adarius Bowman of the Edmonton Eskimos is the top offensive player after compiling 29 catches for 383 yards and a TD over four games. Bowman currently leads the CFL in receiving with 57 catches for 742 yards and five touchdowns.

B.C.'s Tim Brown is the top special-teams player. Brown had a combined 522 return yards and a TD as the Lions won three-of-four games.


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