According to the Canadian Press on Wednesday, Calgary Stampeders' wide receiver Maurice Price and defensive lineman Charleston Hughes were among two players selected as the Canadian Football League's players of the week for week ten of the CFL season.
Price had 165 receiving yards and three touchdowns in Calgary's dramatic 37-34 win over the Edmonton Eskimos on Labour Day at McMahon Stadium. Hughes meanwhile recorded three sacks.
With the win, the Stampeders moved into second place in the Western Division at 7-2. They are two points back of the division leading Saskatchewan Roughriders who are 8-1 and two points up on the British Columbia Lions who are 6-3.
In other Stampeders news, according to the Canadian Press, Hughes has received threatening emails for his hit on Toronto Argonauts' quarterback Ricky Ray on August 23.
Ray suffered a shoulder injury and will be out six weeks. Toronto Argonauts' head coach Scott Milanovich meanwhile has come to the defense of Hughes, saying the hit was "clean".