CFL all-decade nod everything about the journey for Adarius Bowman
In Some Cases, it’s not about the range travelled, but where the journey takes you.
Sure, Adarius Bowman could state the best of his 9,491 receiving yards on his way to leading the Canadian Football League twice in his renowned 11-year career.
But in the end, the 8.68 km his data include up to is no place near the sum of their parts when it comes to his experiences playing professional football in Canada.
Which was the part the 35-year-old local of Chattanooga (whose young family is now referred to as ‘The Canadians’ whenever they go down to check out) desired to get across after being named to the CFL all-decade team Thursday.
” I’m telling you today, I am thrilled and humbled and happy that I made the list, however if I didn’t make the list, I’m still grateful due to the fact that I’m still a part of it,” the three-time CFL all-star said from his Chappelle-area home in his adopted city where he played 7 prime seasons with the Edmonton Football Team, culminating in the 2015 Grey Cup. “Whether you make it or not, I’m glad that I got to belong of it.”