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Eskimos follow Jones's lead

Regina Leader-Post - ‎37 minutes ago‎
Chris Jones is quite the leader, at least judging by the number of players who have followed him to the Saskatchewan Roughriders from Edmonton. Jones, the Roughriders' general manager, vice-president of football operations and head coach, has signed ...
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Edmonton Eskimos re-sign linebacker J.C. Sherritt - ‎4 hours ago‎
Edmonton Eskimos' JC Sherritt, 47, celebrates getting the CFL record for most tackles in a season against the Calgary Stampeders during CFL football action in Edmonton, Nov. 2, 2012.
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Edmonton Eskimos lose receiver Shamawd Chambers to Roughriders in free agency

Edmonton Journal - ‎Feb 9, 2016‎
“Thanks to the Edmonton Eskimos for two great years and a ring,” tweeted the six-foot-three, 315-pound veteran heading into his 10th CFL season after winning Grey Cups in B.C.
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Edmonton Eskimos DE Odell Willis doesn't expect much activity from team in free agency

Edmonton Journal - ‎Feb 8, 2016‎
Eskimos defensive end Odell Willis, left, and receiver Adarius Bowman, second from right, have a little fun behind a keyboard with Hey Romeo co-founders Rob Shapiro and Darren Gusnowsky, far right, at the press preview of Porkaplooza, a three-day ...

Dan Barnes: CFL elite sure to cash in on free agent frenzy

Edmonton Journal - ‎Feb 8, 2016‎
And why Edmonton GM Ed Hervey prioritized the signing of Adarius Bowman and Almondo Sewell. Those were easy decisions to make.
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Edmonton Eskimos coaching staff have championship pedigree

Edmonton Journal - ‎Feb 1, 2016‎
That old tried-and-true saying is exactly why the newly named Edmonton Eskimos coaching staff isn't at all intimidated at the thought of inheriting a championship-calibre roster.
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Edmonton Eskimos quarterback Mike Reilly says new coaching staff only reinforces team's championship chances

Edmonton Sun - ‎Feb 3, 2016‎
Wednesday afternoon at Commonwealth Stadium, in town for lengthy meetings with new head coach Jason Maas and his freshly assembled staff, Reilly went into great detail about why he still believes this football team will create a third Edmonton Eskimos ...
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Edmonton Eskimos re-sign pair of would-be free agents

Edmonton Journal - ‎Jan 28, 2016‎
Two more down, 13 left to go as far as Edmonton Eskimos free agents go. A pair of veteran Canadian special-teamers, defensive end Mathieu Boulay and fullback Mike Miller, signed contract extensions on Thursday that will see them through the end of the ...

Winnipeg Blue Bombers DB coach Barron Miles leaves to join Edmonton Eskimos - ‎Feb 1, 2016‎
WINNIPEG - Winnipeg Blue Bombers defensive backs coach Barron Miles has jumped ship after just a single season to join the Edmonton Eskimos. Miles was hired by the Bombers last February following three seasons with the Saskatchewan Roughriders.

Dan Barnes: Meet the Creehans, latest Edmonton Eskimo father/son coaching duo

Edmonton Journal - ‎Feb 1, 2016‎
Like father, like son, love football - it helps explain the Creehans, and before them the Campbells, Lancasters, Faragallis and Nelsons.

Esks GM Ed Hervey wants to improve free-agency evaluation process

Edmonton Journal - ‎Feb 4, 2016‎
And it's really just five days. The Eskimos GM wants five days prior to the CFL's annual free-agency deadline in February to talk to free agents.
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Eskimos' receivers Kenny Stafford and Shamawd Chambers move on to Als, Riders

Yahoo Canada Sports (blog) - ‎Feb 9, 2016‎
The Edmonton Eskimos have lost some of their key receivers in CFL free agency, with American receiver Kenny Stafford heading to the Montreal Alouettes and Canadian receiver Shamawd Chambers going to the Saskatchewan Roughriders.

Esk QBs, Grey Cup win over Edmonton students

Edmonton Sun - ‎Feb 6, 2016‎
Because it isn't every day Edmonton Eskimos quarterbacks Mike Reilly and James Franklin are in your school, in your classroom holding one of Canada's most historic, prestigious - and somewhat banged up - trophies: the Grey Cup.

Esks re-sign star linebacker JC Sherritt - ‎5 hours ago‎
EDMONTON - The Edmonton Eskimos have re-signed star middle linebacker JC Sherritt, keeping the five-year veteran in Edmonton through the 2017 season.
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Riders sign Shamawd Chambers

Regina Leader-Post - ‎7 hours ago‎
As per team policy, financial terms of the agreement were not released. Chambers, 6-foot-3 and 219 pounds, joins the Riders after spending the previous four seasons with the Edmonton Eskimos. Chambers was the sixth overall selection by the Eskimos in ...
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Bishop III released by Stamps after NFL deal - ‎Feb 5, 2016‎
Bishop III's departure continues what's been an off-season of change in Cow Town in the wake of a 14-4 season that ended with a loss to the eventual Grey Cup Champion Edmonton Eskimos. John Hufnagel, the team's GM, is no longer the head coach after ...
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Blue Bombers sign 6 players in 1 day, including all-stars Harris, Medlock - ‎21 hours ago‎
Twice named an East Division all-star, Medlock has spent time in the NFL as well as with the CFL's Edmonton Eskimos and Hamilton Tiger Cats.
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Henry Burris OK with Redblacks' succession plan at quarterback

Ottawa Citizen - ‎2 hours ago‎
... every team except the Calgary Stampeders had lost at least one. Hamilton and Edmonton led with five departures each, and four of the former Eskimos signed with the Roughriders, following head coach Chris Jones from Alberta's capital to Saskatchewan's.

Food Notes: Vancouver's chef Vikram Vij to visit NAIT in March

Edmonton Journal - ‎Feb 9, 2016‎
The event is free and offers lots of entertainment, but this year the organization has also partnered with the Edmonton Eskimos (it's all about the pigskin) to add muscle to the mix. For info, go to I am a little sad to report that ...
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Calgary Stampeders Messam CFL 20160209

Calgary Herald - ‎22 hours ago‎
Staying healthy has been the problem during his career, but he's looking forward to continue shedding the injury-prone label that be began to shake last season with 216 touches, the most he's had since his breakout season with the Edmonton Eskimos in ...