done extremely well so far. It always makes the game easier, offensively, when you can run the football well, said Eskimos quarterback Mike Reilly. While all athletes would love a big stack of green at the end of every pay cycle, the 22 year-old defensive back is just looking to jump start his career. Monshadrik Hunter (41) during the Eskimos training camp at Commonwealth Stadium in Edmonton, May 22, 2018. He already has some games picked out to come to, definitely some early season games. I love football, I hate sitting out, so just being here is amazing. Its early in camp, but head coach Jason Maas likes what he sees out of the youngster. It didnt mean much, but it meant a lot to him. Copyright 2018 by, edmonton Sun.
More money, obviously, and more longevity. Ive got a lot of respect for Jason (Maas, Eskimos head coach) and I think they play great continuity football, Trestman said. I think you can sense a bit of confidence teetering in, so well take that into the game and hopefully get it done. Professional, Reliable Service, at fair prices. I feel like I never left off, said the six-foot-one, 193-pounder. And while much of the focus this week has been on the other James, with Franklin preparing to get his inaugural start with the Argos at quarterback against his green-and-gold-clad former teammates, the Eskimos are keeping one eye on Wilder. Its demoralizing to the other team, it makes them question how they want to attack you.