Danny Bass

Danny Bass was the second in a trio of outstanding hall-of-fame linebackers that played in consecutive years in Edmonton. When Dan Kepley retired in 1984, Danny Bass stepped in and when Bass retired in 1991,

Willie pless took over.  While Bass is best known for his time and awards won in Edmonton, Bass played four years in the CFL before joing the Esks in 1984.  Bass started his CFL career in 1980 with the Toronto Argonauts where he played most of two seasons for the Argos before being sent to algary late in the 1981 season. Bass would go on to play two more full seasons (19862-83) for the Stampeder.   Bass won his first All-Star recognition with Calgary in 1982, being named to both the Western and All-Canadian teams.  In 1983, still with Calgary, Bass repeated his All-Star status and was the runner0up for most outstanding defensive player.

Bass was traded tp Edmotnon for the 1984 season for WR Tommy Scott and played 8 seasons for the Eskimos.  With Edmonton, Bass won Western All-Star honours in six straight years from 1985 to 1990, also picking up All-Canadian honours in 4 of those seasons (1986, 1988, 1989 and 1990).  In 1989, Bass was the runner-up for the defensive player of the year for the second time, and then won it in 1990.  Danny Bass was elected to the CFL Hall-of-Fame in 2000.


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1986 Jogo Danny Bass

Danny Bass

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