Baltimore Stallions

The Baltimore Stallions were a Canadian Football League team based in Baltimore, Maryland, which played the 1994 and 1995 seasons. They were the most successful American team in the Canadian Football League during its generally ill-fated expansion effort into the USA, having two winning seasons and a division title. In 1995 they became the only American team ever to win the Grey Cup. Following the relocation of the Cleveland Browns to Baltimore to become the Baltimore Ravens, the club relocated to Montreal to become the current version of the Montreal Alouettes.

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1995 CFL Season - 1995 Southern All-Stars - Defence
... DT – Rodney Harding, Memphis Mad Dogs DT – Jearld Baylis, Baltimore Stallions DE – Tim Cofield, Memphis Mad Dogs DE – Elfrid Payton, Baltimore Stallions LB – Tracy Gravely, Baltimore ... Brigance, Baltimore Stallions LB – David Harper, San Antonio Texans CB – Donald Smith, Memphis Mad Dogs CB – Irvin Smith, Baltimore Stallions DB ...
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... FB – Mike Saunders, San Antonio Texans RB – Mike Pringle, Baltimore Stallions SB – Jason Phillips, Birmingham Barracudas SB – Chris Armstrong, Baltimore Stallions WR ...

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