Following this article under the title LATE HITS it says Fred may likely be traded.
(Edmonton) Stamps played 14 games (14 starts) and, despite missing four games,
ended the season as the[b] team's top receiver with
80 catches for 1223 yards and five touchdowns[/b].
He was the Eskimo nominee for Most Outstanding Player.
(Edmonton) Stamps played all 18 games (18 starts)
and finished as the[b] LEAGUE'S leading receiver
with 85 receptions for 1402 yards and eight touchdowns. [/b]
[b]Stamps was the Eskimo nominee for Most Outstanding Player
and was named a West Division All-Star, CFL All-Star and CFLPA All-Star.[/b]
Fred Stamps SB Import College Louisiana-Lafayette
Height 6.00 Weight 188 Born 1981-12-10 New Orleans, LA
Years Playing 4 CFL / 4 Edmonton Media CentreMore Media
2010 QUICK STATS
Rec. Yards Avg TD
80 1223 15.3 5
Team No. Yards Avg Long TD
STAMPS, F 2007 EDM 28 289 10.3 21 0
STAMPS, F 2008 EDM 50 751 15.0 46 6
STAMPS, F 2009 EDM 85 1,402 16.5 63 8
STAMPS, F 2010 EDM 80 1,223 15.3 51 5
Career Total 243 3,665 15.1 63 19
Four Eskimos named CFLPA All-Stars
Stamps and Thompson named West Division All-Stars
Stamps sidelined with dislocated shoulder
Acquired: Re-signed on January 29, 2009.
Originally signed as a free agent on December 10, 2006.
Career: Stamps was originally signed by the San Francisco 49ers as an undrafted free agent in 2004
and spent time on the practice squad of the Baltimore Ravens and Jacksonville Jaguars.
In 2007, Stamps played in nine games (seven starts) for the Esks.
He spent five games on the disabled list when he underwent an appendectomy mid-season.
In 2008, he emerged as one of the Esks’ top receivers with
50 receptions for 751 yards and six touchdowns in 14 games (14 starts).
He attended Louisiana-Lafayette for four years from 2000-2003 and was
a two-time First Team All-Conference (Sun Belt) selection
and ended his college career in 2003 with a 44-game receiving streak—
the second-longest active streak in the nation at the time.
At New Orleans’ Carver High School, Stamps
broke some of alumnus Marshall Faulk’s records.
He competed in football, baseball and track & field.
Fred and his wife, Tamika, have a son Fred Jr.