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Terrell Owens Starts Procedure with Edmonton Eskimos

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Soon to be Pro Football Hall of Famer Terrell Owens may be 44 years old, but he is “absolutely” looking to resume his playing career, this time, in the CFL.

Owens officially activated a procedural window that requires the Edmonton Eskimos, who own his rights, to offer him a contract or release him from their negotiation list within 10 days, according to ESPN’s Kevin Seifert.

Owens “absolutely 100 percent” wants to play in the CFL, according to his agent Jason Staroszik, via TSN.

“He still feels like he has some football years left in him,” Staroszik said. “He just loves the game and wants to get back to playing whether it’s the CFL or NFL.”

Owens’ last NFL season was 2010, when he caught 72 passes playing for the Cincinnati Bengals.

 

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Tiger-Cats’ Brandon Banks Upset with Fine

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Hamilton Tiger-Cats wide receiver Brandon Banks is upset over a fine he was hit with for “making unnecessary contact on an on-field official” during his team’s win over the Calgary Stampeders back on Saturday.

Banks was hit with a 10-yard objectionable conduct penalty during the questionable play, which took place during the third quarter of play.

Banks, who was named a top performer for his performance, hauled in 9 receptions for 86 yards and two touchdown. Banks also returned a missed field goal for a touchdown.

Banks responded to the fine on Twitter, directing his message to CFL Commissioner Randy Ambrose.

“This is bull—- @RandyAmbrosie! I want U to review this type and I want a personal meeting with u about this one I not letting this one slide by easy!!”

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Eskimos Release Jordan Robinson, Bryce Bobo

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The Edmonton Eskimos have released running back Jordan Robinson and wide receiver Bryce Bobo, according to CF.ca.

Robinson, who joined the Eskimos in 2018, played in one game for Edmonton this season, racking up 131 kickoff return years along with four punt return yards.

Bobo, who joined Edmonton this season, did not see any action.

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Luc Brodeur-Jourdain Joins Alouettes Coaching Staff

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The Montreal Alouettes have announced that they Luc Brodeur-Jourdain will be taking over as offensive line coach on their coaching staff under Paul Dunn.

Brodeur-Jourdain recently retired from the Alouttes, playing in his last game a week ago against the Hamilton Tiger-Cats.

Brodeur-Jourdain, 36, played 11 seasons with Montreal and won two Grey Cup in 2009 and 2010.

“We are extremely pleased to know that Luc will remain in the organization,” head coach Khari Jones said, according to CFL.ca. “He is respected by everyone on the team and his leadership skills will make him an excellent asset to our coaching staff.”

“I have always had a desire to teach and coach others” Brodeur-Jourdain said. “The will to share my knowledge was with me even when I was a student. Through my journey, I have learned that the best way to ensure that you understand a concept is to explain it,”

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