Two former Vols took the field during Week 19 of the CFL season, which was the last week of the regular season before the playoffs start on Sunday, November 10.
Of the four former Vols in the league, three of them are on teams that made the playoffs. Demonte' Bolden and Jonathan Crompton are on the Calgary Stampeders while Demetrice Morley is a member of the Toronto Argonauts. Both of those teams received first round byes and will therefore play their first post season games on November 17.
See how the former Vols have performed throughout the season so far with this week's Vols in the CFL Update.
Demonte' Bolden - Defensive Lineman, Calgary Stampeders
November 1 vs. BC Lions: 1 tackle
Season: 17 G, 34 tackles, 4 sacks, 2 knockdowns, 2 fumble recovery, 10 fumble return yards
Jonathan Crompton - Quarterback, Edmonton Eskimos
November 2 vs. Saskatchewan Roughriders: 2/4, 33 yards, 1 TD, 1 INT
Season: 30/58, 51.7%, 451 yards, 5 TDs, 5 INTs
Jonathan Hefney - Defensive Back, Calgary Stampeders
November 1 vs. BC Lions: Did not play
Season: 11 G, 25 tackles, 1 TFL, 1 fumble recovery, 36 fumble return yards
Demetrice Morley - Defensive Back, Toronto Argonauts
November 1 vs. Montreal Alouettes: Did not play
Season: 11 G, 35 tackles, 2 INT, 37 INT return yards
Jermaine Copeland - Receivers Coach, Hamilton Tiger-Cats
November 2 vs. Winnipeg Blue Bombers: Copeland's receiving corps combined for 19 receptions, 164 yards and two touchdowns.
Cory Stone - Defensive Line Coach, Toronto Argonauts
November 1 vs. Montreal Alouettes: Stone's linemen combined for 11 tackles.