|Born:||December 25, 1986|
|Height||5 ft 11 in (180 cm)|
|Weight||225 lb (102 kg)|
|High school||Marietta (GA) Osborne|
|NFL draft||2009 / Undrafted|
|*Offseason and/or practice roster member only|
Tokumbo "Tumbo" Abanikanda (pronounced: A-banna-conda) (born December 25, 1986) is a former professional American and Canadian football linebacker. He was signed by the Edmonton Eskimos as a street free agent in 2009. He played college football for the Southern Miss Golden Eagles.
Abanikanda attended Osborne High School in Marietta, Georgia. Coming out of high school, he was two star recruit. According to Rivals.com, Abanikanda ran a 4.62 forty yard dash, benched 330 pounds, with 20 repetitions. Abanikanda was headed to Illinois until a final push from Southern Miss changed his mind.
Following his backup plan, Abanikanda signed with the Edmonton Eskimos on May 26, 2009. After the release of Derrick Doggett on June 10, Abanikanda's main competition for the starting weakside linebacker spot is fellow import rookie Mark Restelli also in his first year with Edmonton. Abanikanda debuted for Edmonton on June 17 in a preseason game against the Saskatchewan Roughriders and recorded three tackles while Restelli had one tackle and an interception. Eskimos head coach Richie Hall has called Abanikanda and Restelli's battle the closest one in camp so far. Hall also stated that he hoped, "one player outperforms the other player" in Edmonton's next preseason game against the BC Lions on June 21." During training camp, his head coach called him "T. A." because he couldn't pronounce his name. Eventually, he was released on June 25, 2009, as a final cut with Restelli winning the job, however he could end up on the Eskimos' practice roster. He was re-signed to the practice roster on June 29, 2009, only to be released again on July 12.