TRANSACTION | Elks sign Global Lettman (OL)

Native of England last played in European League of Football

EDMONTON - The Edmonton Elks have signed Global offensive lineman Toby Lettman to the practice roster, the club announced Saturday.

A native of Surrey, England, Lettman is coming off two seasons in the European League of Football (ELF). He won the 2022 ELF championship as a member of the Vienna Vikings before joining the Tirol Raiders this year.

The 28-year-old played collegiately in the United States, where he attended Saddleback College (2016-17), Texas Christian University (2017-18) and Missouri Southern State University (2018-19). He also spent a season with the Frisco Fighters of the Indoor Football League (2022) and began his professional career with the Potsdam Royals of the German Football League (2021).

Following their first win of the season against the Hamilton Tiger-Cats at Tim Hortons Field on Thursday, the Elks will return to action against the Ottawa Red Blacks at Commonwealth Stadium on Aug. 27 at 5:00 p.m. MT.




Be there when the Elks host the Ottawa Redblacks on Aug. 27 as Terry Vaughn becomes the 42nd player inducted to the EE Wall of Honour. As part of the festivities, the Green and Gold will celebrate the 20th anniversary of their 2003 Grey Cup championship team. ​ Being part of the action has never been more affordable, with tickets starting at just $15. Click here to get your tickets now and be part of the tradition.

Elks Football…Our Team. Our City.

Hernan Salas

Hernan Salas

Coordinator, Communications (Media Relations), Edmonton Elks Football Club

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About The Edmonton Elks Football Club

The Edmonton Elks are proud members of the Canadian Football League, playing their home games at Commonwealth Stadium in Edmonton, Alberta. 

The club has a tradition of excellence with 14 Grey Cup championships (1954-56, 1975, 1978-82, 1987, 1993, 2003, 2005, 2015) and 52 members of the Canadian Football Hall of Fame. Since its founding, the club has been community-owned and remains focused on providing outstanding football memories for Edmonton and all of Northern Alberta.


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