The Toronto Argonauts may be winless this season, but the Edmonton Eskimos won’t be taking them lightly when the two teams clash this Thursday at Commonwealth Stadium.
Edmonton, which enters the game with a 3-2 record, is looking to halt a two game losing streak, and although the Argos represent what would seem to be a perfect way to get back on track, they aren’t looking to fall victim to what many may consider to be a “trap game.”
“I don’t believe in trap games. I don’t,” Edmonton head coach Jason Maas said, according to TSM. “When you’re focused on the process like we’ve been this year and you just say it’s week-to-week, your record is 0-0. You don’t stack wins. You don’t stack losses. You’re just trying to go 1-0.”
“We’ve got to win this week. That’s all our focus is . . . it doesn’t matter what anybody’s record is. Whoever comes in this building has to leave with a loss. That’s our mentality,” Maas said.
“It’s just details and making sure we’re detailed no matter what,” Edmonton signal caller Trevor Harris said.
Harris has had his own string of impressive success against Toronto in the past.
“This is pro football,” Harris said. “There’s no gimmes in pro football. We know that they’re going to be hungry. Their backs are against the wall and they’re ready to fight. We have to be too.”
Blue Bombers Sign Zach Collaros to Contract Extension
The Winnipeg Blue Bombers have signed veteran quarterback Zach Collaros to a three-year contract extension through the 2025 season, which will prevent him from hitting free agency in February, according to an official team announcement on Tiuesday.
Collaros, 34, has been vital to the Bombers success, and has been a part of back-to-back Grey Cups with the team, and who was named the CFL’s Most Outstanding Player last season.
Collaros landed in Winnipeg during the 2019, when the Bombers acquired him via trade with the Toronto Argonauts.
Collaros has thrown for a career-high 4,115 yards with 35 touchdowns and 13 interceptions this season.
Elks Announces Taylor Cornelius Hospitalized with Spleen Injury
The Edmonton Elks have officially announced that quarterback Taylor Cornelius suffered a spleen injury during Saturday’s loss to the Toronto Argonauts and was hospitalized that evening, according to TSN.
The Elks announced on Twitter that Cornelius will miss their final game of the season when they take on the BC Lions. With Cornelius out, the Elks will turn to Tre Ford to take over the starting signal caller duties.
Additionally, Cornelius, 27, is still in hospital for observation, but is expected to make a full recovery.
Edmonton has a league-worst 4-12 record, with no home wins this season.
Elks Sign Scott Hutter to Two-Year Contract Extension
The Edmonton Elks have officially signed defensive back Scott Hunter to a two year contract extension that was officially announced last Friday, and will keep Hutter with the team through the 2024 season.
Edmonton selected Hutter in the sixth round of the 2019 CFL draft out of Wilfrid Laurie.
Hutter has started 12 games this season, collecting 53 tackles, nine special-teams tackles and a forced fumble.
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