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Deschamps was brought in earlier in the week as cover in case Paredes couldn’t play, but with Rob Maver also capable of kicking field goals and converts, Deschamps’ services were no longer needed. Deron Mayo was not included on the active roster for Sunday’s game, but it’s not because he still needs more time to recover from the knee injury that’s sidelined him for the better part of a year. Instead, Mayo’s absence is tied to the play of Jameer Thurman, who has been thriving at outside linebacker. “Mayo needs to beat somebody out,” Dickenson said. “He can do that, he’s a good player but at this stage it is what it is. We’re winning football games and you stick with the guys who are playing well and you like the options and depth that Deron gives you.” It seems a little unlikely that Mayo will be out of the lineup for long, considering he led the Stampeders in tackles last year and has established himself as one of the CFL’s elite linebackers. But with Thurman playing at a level that merits serious Most Outstanding Rookie consideration, Mayo won’t be able to just stroll back into the starting lineup. “I think (Thurman)’s been a surprise,” Dickenson said. “We didn’t really have him on our radar until basically right at camp. He wasn’t a Florida guy, a guy we looked at … we thought he’d be pretty good but he’s certainly exceeded expectations.
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