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The Edmonton
Edmonton
Eskimos are a professional Canadian football
Canadian football
team based in Edmonton, Alberta, competing in the West Division of the Canadian Football League (CFL). The Eskimos play their home games at The Brick Field at Commonwealth Stadium and are the third-youngest franchise in the CFL. The Eskimos were founded in 1949, although there were clubs with the name Edmonton
Edmonton
Eskimos as early as 1895. The Eskimos are arguably the most successful CFL franchise of the modern era (since 1954), having won the league's Grey Cup
Grey Cup
championship fourteen times, second overall only to the Toronto Argonauts
Toronto Argonauts
who have won seventeen. This includes a three-peat between 1954 and 1956 and an unmatched five consecutive wins between 1978 and 1982, and most recently in 2015. The Eskimos hold a North American professional sports record by qualifying for the playoffs for 34 consecutive years between 1972 and 2005.[2][3] Edmonton
Edmonton
has had the most regular season division championships in the CFL's modern era with 21, with their most recent coming in 2015. The team has a rivalry with the Calgary Stampeders
Calgary Stampeders
and are one of the three community owned teams currently operating in the CFL.

Contents

1 Team facts 2 Ownership

2.1 Board of directors

3 History

3.1 Origins of the name 3.2 Team history

4 Uniform 5 Wall of Honour 6 Team song 7 Current roster 8 Current coaching staff 9 Head coaches 10 CFL awards and trophies 11 Mascots 12 See also 13 References 14 External links

Team facts[edit]

Edmonton
Edmonton
Eskimos Wordmark

Founded: 1949, although other teams named the Edmonton
Edmonton
Eskimos existed 1895 to 1923 and 1929 to 1939 Formerly known as: The "Esquimaux" 1897 to 1910, the "Elks" in 1922. Helmet design: Yellow background, with a gold "EE" on a green oval Uniform colours: Green, gold and white Past uniform colours: Blue and white (1938 to 1939) and black and yellow (1907 to 1937) Nicknames: Esks, Eskies, The Double-E Mascots: Nanook and Punter Fight Song: Eskimo
Eskimo
Fight Song Stadiums: Clarke Stadium
Clarke Stadium
(1949–1978) and The Brick Field at Commonwealth Stadium (1978–present) Main rivals: Calgary Stampeders
Calgary Stampeders
(see Battle of Alberta) and Montreal Alouettes (11 meetings in the Grey Cup, once in the East final). Western Division 1st place: 23—1953, 1954, 1955, 1956, 1957, 1973, 1974, 1975, 1977, 1978, 1979, 1980, 1981, 1982, 1986, 1988, 1989, 1991, 1997, 2001, 2002, 2003, and 2015 Western Division Champions: 23—1952, 1954, 1955, 1956, 1960, 1973, 1974, 1975, 1977, 1978, 1979, 1980, 1981, 1982, 1986, 1987, 1990, 1993, 1996, 2002, 2003, 2005 and 2015 Grey Cup
Grey Cup
championships: 14—1954, 1955, 1956, 1975, 1978, 1979, 1980, 1981, 1982, 1987, 1993, 2003, 2005 and 2015 2016 regular season record: 10 wins, 8 losses

Ownership[edit] The Edmonton
Edmonton
Eskimos Football Club is one of three "community owned" teams in the CFL (owned by local shareholders). This was once the most common type of ownership in the CFL.[4] In 2006 the Ottawa Sun reported that shares cost $10 each, but were not open to the general public and required the approval of the 80 existing shareholders.[5] This contrasts with the Saskatchewan Roughriders, one of the other community owned teams in the CFL, who have offered shares to the public. The Winnipeg Blue Bombers, the other community owned team, operates as a corporation without share capital. Board of directors[edit] Edmonton
Edmonton
Eskimos, Inc., is governed by a ten-member board of directors.[6] The board consists of a chairman, treasurer, secretary, and seven directors. As of 2017[update] the board of directors included chairman Brad Sparrow, treasurer Janice Agrios, secretary Murray Scambler, directors Douglas Cox, Rob Heron, Ian Murray, Harold Roozen, Marshall Sadd, Lindsay Dodd and Tom Richards. The club's president and CEO is Len Rhodes,[7][8] he is not currently a member of the board. History[edit] Origins of the name[edit] The story of team's name goes back to stories in the press from at least 1903 and possibly as far back as 1892, the first date of a "rugby football" game between Edmonton
Edmonton
and Calgary. It is a legacy of the bitter rivalry between the cities of Edmonton
Edmonton
and Calgary, the so-called Battle of Alberta. In the early years of sports competition between the cities, the press in each town used colourful nicknames to insult the rival team's home. Edmontonian writers called Calgary "the cow camp", "horse country", or "the little village beside the Bow". Likewise Calgary's responded with insults about Edmonton's northern latitude and frigid weather, calling the city's residents "Esquimeaux" (an archaic spelling of "Eskimos", referring to the indigenous people of the Canadian Arctic, properly called Inuit). Despite the fact Edmonton
Edmonton
is several thousand kilometres south of the Arctic, the name "had the advantages of alliteration, neatness, uniqueness, and a certain amount of truth," and thus, according to historian of Edmonton Tony Cashman, "it stuck." The name remained an unofficial nickname, however, until the arrival in Edmonton
Edmonton
of American baseball coach and sports promoter William Deacon White
William Deacon White
in 1907. White founded the Edmonton
Edmonton
Eskimos baseball team in 1909, the football Eskimos in 1910, and Edmonton
Edmonton
Eskimos hockey team in 1911. Of the three, only the football teams' name has survived. In part because they do not use any native imagery, the Eskimos are rarely mentioned with regard to the Native American mascot controversy. A notable Inuk who openly supported the team name was Kiviaq, also known as Dave Ward, who was briefly a member of the team but was injured before playing in a regular-season game.[9] However Natan Obed, the President of Inuit
Inuit
Tapiriit Kanatami, Canada's national Inuit
Inuit
organization, has stated that " Eskimo
Eskimo
is not only outdated, it is now largely considered a derogatory term" and is a "relic of colonial power".[10] Former Eskimos player Andre Talbot stated: "Sports organizations need to be community building organizations. And if we're isolating and offending part of that community, then our particular organization or league is not doing its job."[11] After Inuit
Inuit
singer Tanya Tagaq
Tanya Tagaq
suggested that a name change would show respect, Paula Simons of the Edmonton
Edmonton
Journal wrote an editorial pointing out that " Eskimo
Eskimo
is a name that never properly belonged to Edmonton
Edmonton
at all, a borrowed, appropriated name that disrespects not just the Inuit
Inuit
people, but also the other First Nations who actually did call this territory home".[12] However, in 2017 CBC News
CBC News
reported that other Inuit
Inuit
had no objection to the use of Eskimos in the team's name.[13] The editorial board of the Toronto Star sees a name change as the inevitable result of social evolution.[14] Team history[edit] Edmonton
Edmonton
played its first series of organized games with the formation of the Alberta
Alberta
Rugby Football Union in 1895. In 1897 the name Esquimaux was adopted. In 1910 the club was officially named the Edmonton
Edmonton
Eskimos, with the current incarnation beginning play in 1949. Since 1978 the Eskimos have played their home games in The Brick Field at Commonwealth Stadium. They are one of the most successful teams in Canadian football
Canadian football
history, having won the Grey Cup
Grey Cup
more than any other team except the Toronto Argonauts, and being the leader in attendance for many years. The team holds many impressive records, including five consecutive Grey Cup
Grey Cup
wins (1978–82) and 34 consecutive years in the playoffs (1972–2005); the latter is a record no other North American professional sports team has equalled. Former Eskimos have figured prominently in Alberta
Alberta
political life: past players include two former provincial premiers ( Peter Lougheed
Peter Lougheed
and Donald Getty), a former mayor of Edmonton
Edmonton
(Bill Smith), and a lieutenant-governor (Norman Kwong). The Eskimos made it to nine Grey Cups in a ten-year span from 1973 to 1982 (the only year they missed the Grey Cup
Grey Cup
during that time was in 1976). Since Edmonton
Edmonton
re-entered the CFL in 1949, only one other team—also Edmonton—has managed to win even three championships in a row (1954–56). The achievements during the Eskimos dynasty were documented in the book, Decade of Excellence, with photographs by Bob Peterson. As of August 2016, the Eskimos also have had the largest average attendance in the league 27 times since moving to Commonwealth Stadium in 1978.[15] Uniform[edit]

The Edmonton
Edmonton
Eskimos' 2012–2015 uniform combinations

The current uniform colours, green and gold, were adopted when the Eskimos received uniforms from the University of Alberta
Alberta
Golden Bears football team, which was dormant due to a lack of competition at the time the Eskimos began play (in their current incarnation) in 1949. The colours have remained since that time, and the Golden Bears maintain them to this day as well. Overall, the jersey and colours have remained essentially the same over the years with only minor modifications. In 2001 the Eskimos introduced white pants to be worn with their away jerseys. In the 2005 CFL season all CFL teams switched to a Reebok
Reebok
designed template but the jerseys for the Eskimos stayed much the same. In that same year the Eskimos introduced an alternate jersey for the first time in the franchise's history. Green pants were also introduced at this time and were worn with their home and away jerseys from 2005 to 2015. The alternate gold jersey was last worn in 2007, as they mainly use their green jerseys. Along with the Hamilton Tiger-Cats
Hamilton Tiger-Cats
and Winnipeg Blue Bombers, they were one of the few teams to alternate the pants and jersey combinations of their uniforms within a season.

Old helmet logo design until 2015

The Eskimos had their jerseys remodelled for the 2012 season and brought back the green helmets that were worn for the Labour Day game and rematch in 2008, and also the 'five-stripe' pattern with the Eskimos' monogram (albeit with the current one in use since 1996) on the sleeve stripes which was used from 1980-95. The green helmets were worn with the away jerseys and marked the first time in franchise history that a helmet other than gold was worn as a regular facet of the uniform. It was also the first time in franchise history that two different helmets were worn for home and away uniforms. The team also stopped alternating pant and jersey combinations during this season, using consistent home and away looks all year long. However, during the following season, on August 24, 2013, the Eskimos returned to the all-green combination of green helmets, jerseys, and pants that had not been worn since 2008.[16] The Eskimos first wore their gold helmets with their away uniforms for a regular season game on October 19, 2014 and wore them again in the post-season on November 23, 2014 with matching gold pants.[17][18] Gold helmets were worn with away uniforms in three of eight regular season games in 2015. In 2014, the team introduced their Signature series alternate uniforms, which was the second alternate uniform to be worn in team history (not including throwback jerseys). With the league switching uniform contracts to Adidas
Adidas
in 2016, the Eskimos again redesigned their uniforms, with the jerseys more closely resembling the simplistic jersey stripe pattern worn from 1996 to 2011.[19] The white jerseys removed the green side-panelling and the team retired the green helmet. The team also removed shoulder numbers (which are known as TV numbers), which was the first time the team did not have numbers on the shoulder since 1965. For this season, the team wore gold pants for every game played, including with their Signature series alternate uniforms, which were retained following the Adidas redesign. Wall of Honour[edit] The Eskimos have a policy of honouring the players who have best represented the team on the field. The player's name, number and seasons played with the Eskimos are displayed on the edge of the concrete separating the upper and lower decks of The Brick Field at Commonwealth Stadium. The Eskimos keep the number in circulation rather than retire them from use. Numbers so honoured as of 2014[update]:

1 Warren Moon
Warren Moon
(2001) 2 Henry "Gizmo" Williams (2002) 11 Sean Fleming (2011) 12 Tom Wilkinson (1982) 13 Larry Highbaugh (1996) 22 Tom Scott (1993) 24 Johnny Bright
Johnny Bright
(1983) 26 Dave Cutler (1986) 27 Don Getty
Don Getty
(1992) 30 Danny Bass (1992) 36 Oscar Kruger (1992) 39 Willie Pless (2004) 42 Danny Kepley (1987) 47 Larry Wruck (2011) 51 Frank "Guts" Anderson † (1985) 53 Frank Morris (1984) 55 Ron Estay (2010) 60 Chris Morris (2008) 62 Bill Stevenson † (2014) 63 Hector Pothier (2014) 65 Dave Fennell (1984) 66 Roger Nelson (1987) 66 John LaGrone (1988) 67 Rod Connop (2005) 70 Brian Kelly (1989) 76 George McGowan (1985) 77 Tommy Joe Coffey (1988) 91 Jackie Parker
Jackie Parker
(1983) 94 Rollie Miles (1983) 95 Norman Kwong
Norman Kwong
(1984)

† Honoured posthumously Team song[edit] During the break between the 3rd and 4th quarter of each home game fans stand and sing the " Edmonton
Edmonton
Eskimos Fight Song" to the tune "Washington and Lee Swing":

We're cheering fight, fight, fight on Eskimos We're marching right, right, right on Eskimos We're charging down the field for all to see and shouting rah, rah, rah, fight on to victory We're fighting on till every game is won The Green and Gold is bold and when we're done we'll tell the world we're proud of Edmonton and the Edmonton
Edmonton
Eskimos!

Current roster[edit]

Edmonton
Edmonton
Eskimos roster

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Quarterbacks

-- Kevin Glenn -- Eli Jenkins 14 Zach Kline  9 Danny O’Brien 13 Mike Reilly

Running backs

-- Shaquille Cooper 44 Alexandre Dupuis FB 39 C. J. Gable 89 Marion Grice 25 Pascal Lochard FB -- Korliss Marshall 31 Calvin McCarty
Calvin McCarty
FB -- Christophe Normand FB 22 LaDarius Perkins 49 James Tuck FB  5 Travon Van 30 John White

Receivers

 3 Natey Adjei 11 Nate Behar -- Juron Criner 73 A. J. Cruz -- Torrance Gibson 15 Vidal Hazelton -- Shaq Hill -- Rory Kohlert 80 Bryant Mitchell 84 Devante Noil 82 Jamill Smith  8 Kenny Stafford 87 Derel Walker 81 Duke Williams SB

Offensive linemen

62 Kwabena Asare 57 David Beard -- Chauncey Briggs 67 Colin Kelly 66 Matt O'Donnell -- Kelvin Palmer -- Andrew Peterson 65 Simeon Rottier 68 Jean-Simon Roy 55 Jacob Ruby 60 Justin Sorensen -- Mason Woods

Defensive linemen

-- Darius Allen DE -- Alex Bazzie
Alex Bazzie
DE 93 Kwaku Boateng DE 92 Da'Quan Bowers
Da'Quan Bowers
DT -- Jake Ceresna DT -- Devonte Fields DE -- Kalonji Kashama DE -- Mark Mackie DE 96 Mike Moore DE 90 Almondo Sewell DT -- Nick Usher DE

Linebackers

33 Terrance Bullitt 40 Kevin Jackson 45 Korey Jones 38 Adam Konar -- Jeremiah Kose 10 Christophe Mulumba-Tshimanga 16 Doug Parrish 47 J. C. Sherritt 48 Blair Smith 52 Jon Walton

Defensive backs

20 Johnny Adams CB 17 Arjen Colquhoun DB 46 Ahmad Dixon DB 26 Chris Edwards DB 79 Alex Gray DB 36 Aaron Grymes DB 35 Forrest Hightower DB -- Jordan Holland DB 28 Jordan Hoover S -- Monshadrik Hunter DB 43 Neil King DB 29 Mercy Mastan DB -- David Stevenson DB -- Nick Taylor DB 24 Brandyn Thompson
Brandyn Thompson
DB  7 Josh Woodman DB

Special
Special
teams

53 Ryan King LS 70 Hugh O'Neill P  6 Sean Whyte K

1-game injured list 6-game injured list Practice roster Suspended list

Italics indicate international player Roster updated 2017-08-30 Depth chart • Transactions 48 Active, 1 injured, 20 six-game, 8 practice, 0 suspended → More rosters

Current coaching staff[edit]

Edmonton
Edmonton
Eskimos Staff

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Front Office

President and CEO – Len Rhodes Vice-President Football Operations & General manager – Brock Sunderland Executive director of player personnel – Paul Jones Director of Canadian Scouting – Rob Ralph Football Operations Coordinator - Kris Hagerman Football Operations Coordinator - Nick Pelletier

Head Coach

Head Coach – Jason Maas Assistant Head Coach – Mike Benevides

Offensive Coaches

Offensive Coordinator/Receivers Coach – Carson Walch Offensive Line/Run Game Coordinator – Mike Gibson Quarterbacks – Jordan Maksymic Running Backs – Tim Prinsen

 

Defensive Coaches

Defensive Coordinator – Mike Benevides Linebackers – Demetrious Maxie Defensive Backs/Player Development – Barron Miles Defensive Line – Casey Creehan

Special
Special
Teams Coaches

Special
Special
Teams Coordinator – Cory McDiarmid Special
Special
Teams Assistant - Dave Jackson

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Head coaches[edit]

Annis Stukus
Annis Stukus
(1949–1952) Frank Filchock (1952) Darrell Royal
Darrell Royal
(1953) Pop Ivy
Pop Ivy
(1954–1957) Sam Lyle (1958) Eagle Keys (1959–1963) Neill Armstrong
Neill Armstrong
(1964–1969) Ray Jauch (1970–1977) Hugh Campbell (1977–1982) Pete Kettela (1983) Jackie Parker
Jackie Parker
(1983–1987) Joe Faragalli (1987–1990) Ron Lancaster
Ron Lancaster
(1991–1997) Kay Stephenson (1998) Don Matthews (1999–2000) Tom Higgins (2001–2004) Danny Maciocia (2005–2008) Richie Hall
Richie Hall
(2009–2010) Kavis Reed (2011–2013) Chris Jones (2014–2015) Jason Maas (2016–Present)

CFL awards and trophies[edit]

Grey Cup

1954, 1955, 1956, 1975, 1978, 1979, 1980, 1981, 1982, 1987, 1993, 2003, 2005, 2015

N. J. Taylor Trophy[a]

1952, 1954, 1955, 1956, 1960, 1973, 1974, 1975, 1977, 1978, 1979, 1980, 1981, 1982, 1986, 1987, 1990, 1993, 1996, 2002, 2003

Grey Cup
Grey Cup
MVP

Dave Fennell (DT): 1978, 1982 Tom Wilkinson (QB): 1978 Warren Moon
Warren Moon
(QB): 1980, 1982 Dale Potter (LB): 1980 Damon Allen
Damon Allen
(QB): 1987, 1993 Stewart Hill (DE): 1987 Jason Tucker (WR): 2003 Ricky Ray
Ricky Ray
(QB): 2005 Mike Reilly (QB): 2015

Dick Suderman Trophy

Garry Lefebvre (DB): 1973 Dave Cutler (K): 1975 Angelo Santucci (RB): 1978 Dale Potter (LB): 1980 Neil Lumsden (RB): 1981 Dave Fennell (DT): 1982 Milson Jones (RB): 1987 Sean Fleming (P/K): 1993 Mike Maurer (FB): 2005 Shamawd Chambers (WR): 2015

Most Outstanding Player Award

Billy Vessels
Billy Vessels
(RB): 1953 Jackie Parker
Jackie Parker
(QB/RB): 1957, 1958, 1960 Johnny Bright
Johnny Bright
(RB): 1959 George McGowan (WR): 1973 Tom Wilkinson (QB): 1974 Warren Moon
Warren Moon
(QB): 1983 Tracy Ham (QB): 1989 Mike Reilly (QB): 2017

Most Outstanding Canadian Award

Norman Kwong
Norman Kwong
(RB): 1955, 1956 Dave Fennell (DT): 1979 Blake Marshall (FB): 1991 Leroy Blugh (DE): 1996 Kamau Peterson (WR): 2008 Jerome Messam (RB): 2011

Most Outstanding Defensive Player Award

Danny Kepley (LB): 1977, 1980, 1981 Dave Fennell (DT): 1978 James Parker (LB): 1982 Danny Bass (LB): 1989 Willie Pless (LB): 1992, 1994, 1995, 1996, 1997 Elfrid Payton (DE): 2002 J. C. Sherritt
J. C. Sherritt
(LB): 2012

Most Outstanding Offensive Lineman Award

Charlie Turner (OT): 1975 Michael Wilson (OT): 1979, 1980 Rod Connop (C): 1989

Most Outstanding Lineman Award[a]

Roger Nelson (OT): 1959 John LaGrone (DT): 1969

Most Outstanding Rookie Award

Brian Kelly (WR): 1979 Shalon Baker (WR): 1995 Dexter McCoil
Dexter McCoil
(LB): 2014 Derel Walker (WR): 2015

Annis Stukus
Annis Stukus
Trophy

Ray Jauch: 1970 Hugh Campbell: 1979 Ron Lancaster: 1996 Tom Higgins: 2003

Tom Pate Memorial Award

David Boone (DE): 1982 Hector Pothier (OT): 1988 Rick Walters (SB): 2001

Rogers Fans' Choice Award[a]

Ricky Ray
Ricky Ray
(QB): 2003

a Defunct

Mascots[edit] Nanook (a polar bear) and Punter (an anthropomorphic football) are the mascots for the Edmonton
Edmonton
Eskimos. They were introduced in 1997 and 2004, respectively.[20] See also[edit]

Edmonton
Edmonton
Eskimos all time records and statistics Canadian Football Hall of Fame Canadian football Comparison of Canadian and American football List of Canadian Football League
Canadian Football League
seasons List of fan-owned sports teams

References[edit]

^ " Edmonton
Edmonton
Eskimos Club Profile & History" (PDF). 2017 CFL Guide & Record Book. Canadian Football League. Retrieved December 1, 2017.  ^ Hall, Vicki (October 15, 2006). "Eskimos left out in cold". Edmonton Journal. Retrieved May 12, 2014.  ^ CFL.ca Staff (November 11, 2010). "By the Numbers: Playoffs???!!!". Canadian Football League. Archived from the original on October 29, 2013. Retrieved May 12, 2014.  ^ Seskus, Tony (2007-09-01). "Community ownership a port in CFL's storms". Calgary Herald. Retrieved 2014-05-12.  ^ Canoe inc. "Local ownership 'fraught with uncertainty'". canoe.ca. Retrieved 9 December 2014.  ^ "Board of Directors – Edmonton
Edmonton
Eskimos". Edmonton
Edmonton
Eskimos. Archived from the original on 3 December 2014. Retrieved 9 December 2014.  ^ "Eskimos". Edmonton
Edmonton
Eskimos. Retrieved 9 December 2014.  ^ "Profile: Len Rhodes – Edmonton
Edmonton
Eskimos". Edmonton
Edmonton
Eskimos. Archived from the original on 13 December 2014. Retrieved 9 December 2014.  ^ Kwong, Matt (June 20, 2014). " Washington Redskins
Washington Redskins
fight could put pressure on Edmonton
Edmonton
Inuit". CBC.  ^ Obed, Natan (November 27, 2015). "Attention Edmonton
Edmonton
Eskimos: Inuit are not mascots". The Globe and Mail.  ^ "Former Eskimo
Eskimo
who took Grey Cup
Grey Cup
to Nunavut thinks name change a good gesture". News Kamloops. November 29, 2015.  ^ "Time to hear Tanya Tagaq's Eskimos challenge". Edmonton
Edmonton
Journal. August 11, 2017. Retrieved 13 August 2017.  ^ Barton, Katherine. "We have far more pressing issues,' says Inuk who backs Edmonton
Edmonton
Eskimos name". CBC. We as the real Eskimos, want the name to remain!!.  ^ Star Editorial Board (November 26, 2017). "Edmonton's Eskimos should get with the times and change their name". Toronto Star. Retrieved November 27, 2017.  ^ Jones, Terry (2016-08-24). "Eskimos are still league leaders in attendance numbers, but half the seats at Commonwealth are empty". Edmonton
Edmonton
Sun. Retrieved 2017-03-29.  ^ Sheets, Roughriders outlast Eskimos in track meet ^ Second Effort: Big half lifts Reilly, Esks to win over Riders ^ Giddyup: Stamps Grey Cup-bound after win over Esks ^ Edmonton
Edmonton
Eskimos follow tradition with new jersey design ^ "Mascots - Edmonton
Edmonton
Eskimos". Retrieved September 25, 2017. 

External links[edit]

Official website Watch Football Story, a 1953 National Film Board of Canada
Canada
documentary about the Edmonton
Edmonton
Eskimos

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Edmonton
Eskimos

Founded in 1949 Based in Edmonton, Alberta

Franchise

Franchise Records Players Seasons Head coaches

Stadiums

Clarke Stadium Commonwealth Stadium

Lore

Labour Day Classic Battle of Alberta Alberta
Alberta
Crude 70th Grey Cup Edmonton
Edmonton
Eskimos Cheerleaders

Important figures

Danny Bass Leroy Blugh Johnny Bright Hugh Campbell Tommy Joe Coffey Rod Connop Dave Cutler Eck Duggan Ron "Swampdog" Estay Dave "Doctor Death" Fennell Brian Fryer Larry Highbaugh Hank Ilesic Brian Kelly Danny Kepley Norm Kimball Normie "The China Clipper" Kwong Moe Lieberman Neil Lumsden George McGowan Rollie Miles Ken Montgomery Warren Moon Frank Morris Roger Nelson Jackie "Ole Spaghetti Legs" Parker Willie "The Terminator" Pless Tom Scott Terry Vaughn Tom Wilkinson Henry "Gizmo" Williams

Key personnel

Owners: Community owned General Manager: Brock Sunderland Head Coach: Jason Maas

Grey Cup championships (14)

1954 1955 1956 1975 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1987 1993 2003 2005 2015

Western Division championships (23)

1952 1954 1955 1956 1960 1973 1974 1975 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1986 1987 1990 1993 1996 2002 2003 2005 2015

Current league affiliations

League: Canadian Football League Division: West

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Teams

West division

BC Lions Calgary Stampeders Edmonton
Edmonton
Eskimos Saskatchewan Roughriders Winnipeg Blue Bombers

East division

Hamilton Tiger-Cats Montreal Alouettes Ottawa Redblacks Toronto Argonauts

Defunct

Canada Ottawa Rough Riders Ottawa Renegades Atlantic Schooners
Atlantic Schooners
(never played)

CFL USA Baltimore Stallions Birmingham Barracudas Las Vegas Posse Memphis Mad Dogs Sacramento Gold Miners San Antonio Texans Shreveport Pirates Miami Manatees (never played)

Awards

West division

Nicklin Martin Fieldgate Parker DeMarco-Becket Dryburgh James

East division

Evanshen Hayman McCaffrey Gibson Dandurand

League-wide

Grey Cup
Grey Cup
champions Grey Cup
Grey Cup
MVP Suderman Outstanding Player Canadian Defensive Player Offensive Lineman Rookie Stukus Pate Gaudaur Agro Campbell

Defunct

Lineman Jeff Russel Gruen Rogers Ross Taylor Dixon

Broadcasting

Canada

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United States

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Lists

Current announcers Grey Cup TV markets

Other

Individual records Team records Coaching leaders Retired numbers Seasons Stadiums Mascots Video game Attendance Draft Combine CFLPA Hall of Fame All-Star Game Touchdown Atlantic Canada
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Eskimos seasons

1949 1950 1951 1952 1953 1954 1955 1956 1957 1958 1959 1960 1961 1962 1963 1964 1965 1966 1967 1968 1969 1970 1971 1972 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018

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Baseball

WMBL: Brooks Bombers Edmonton
Edmonton
Prospects Fort McMurray Giants Lethbridge Bulls Medicine Hat Mavericks Okotoks Dawgs

Basketball

ABA: Calgary Crush

Football

CFL: Calgary Stampeders Edmonton
Edmonton
Eskimos CJFL: Calgary Colts Edmonton
Edmonton
Huskies Edmonton
Edmonton
Wildcats CMFL: Calgary Gators Airdrie Irish Calgary Wolfpack Central Alberta
Alberta
Buccaneers Edmonton
Edmonton
Stallions Fort McMurray Monarchs Grande Prairie Drillers Lloydminster Vandals St. Albert Stars LFL Canada: Calgary Fillies WWCFL: Calgary Rage Edmonton
Edmonton
Storm Lethbridge Steel

Hockey

NHL: Calgary Flames Edmonton
Edmonton
Oilers WHL: Calgary Hitmen Edmonton
Edmonton
Oil Kings Lethbridge Hurricanes Medicine Hat Tigers Red Deer Rebels AJHL: Bonnyville Pontiacs Brooks Bandits Calgary Canucks Calgary Mustangs Camrose Kodiaks Canmore Eagles Drayton Valley Thunder Drumheller Dragons Fort McMurray Oil Barons Grande Prairie Storm Lloydminster Bobcats Okotoks Oilers Olds Grizzlys Sherwood Park Crusaders Spruce Grove Saints Whitecourt Wolverines CWHL: Calgary Inferno

Soccer

NASL: FC Edmonton PDL: Calgary Foothills FC

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Edmonton
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Rugby union

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U20

Ringette

NRL: Calgary RATH Edmonton
Edmonton
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Canadian Interuniversity Sport

University of Alberta
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Alberta
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Eskimos 42nd Grey Cup
Grey Cup
champions

14 Oscar Kruger 15 Norman Kwong 18 Rollie Miles 24 Johnny Bright 39 Steve Mendryk 40 Eagle Keys 41 Bill Briggs 42 Bob Dean 43 Don Barry 52 Frank Morris 53 Jim Quondamatteo 54 Frank Smith 55 Roger Nelson 59 Mike King 60 Ray McLeod 62 Bill Zock 63 Jim Weatherall 66 Leon Manley 70 Frank Anderson 71 Steve Bendiak 74 Rollin Prather 80 Rod Pantages 81 Earl Lindley 83 Laurie Hodgson 84 Ted Tully 85 Glen Lippman 87 Al Bryant 90 Bernie Faloney 91 Jackie Parker 92 Ray Willsey 93 Glenn McWhinney 94 Bob Hayton 96 Don Simon 97 Dave West 99 Claude Arnold

Head Coach: Pop Ivy

Line Coach: Cliff Speegle

General Manager: Al Anderson

President: Ken Montgomery

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Edmonton
Edmonton
Eskimos 43rd Grey Cup
Grey Cup
champions

14 Oscar Kruger 15 Norman Kwong 18 Rollie Miles 20 Gino Fracas 24 Johnny Bright 39 Steve Mendryk 41 Bill Briggs 42 Bob Dean 43 Don Barry 50 Art Walker 51 Roy Stevenson 52 Frank Morris 53 Jim Quondamatteo 55 Kurt Burris 59 Mike King 60 Rollie Cook 64 Mike Volcan 65 Dale Meinert 66 Don Glantz 67 Jack Lamb 70 Frank Anderson 71 Steve Bendiak 74 Rupe Andrews 75 Bob Heydenfeldt 80 Bob Kimoff 81 Earl Lindley 82 Con Kelly 83 Laurie Hodgson 84 Ted Tully 85 Leigh McMillan 86 John Woyat 87 Don Getty 91 Jackie Parker 92 Ray Willsey 96 Don Simon 97 Dave West

Head Coach: Pop Ivy

Assistant Coaches: Eagle Keys Ray Prochaska

General Manager: Al Anderson

President: M. I. Lieberman

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Edmonton
Edmonton
Eskimos 44th Grey Cup
Grey Cup
champions

41 Bill Briggs 42 John Tatum 43 Don Barry 50 Art Walker 51 Frank Anderson 52 Frank Morris 53 Hal Krebs 55 Kurt Burris 56 Mike Kmech 59 Mike King 60 Rollie Cook 61 Bob Dean 63 Roy Stevenson 64 Mike Volcan 65 Dale Meinert 66 Roger Nelson 70 Ted Tully 71 Steve Bendiak 73 Steve Mendryk 74 Bill Rowekamp 75 Bill Walker 77 Joe Mobra 78 Bill Smith 80 Bob Kimoff 81 Earl Lindley 82 Con Kelly 83 Jim Shipka 84 Johnny Bright 85 Leigh McMillan 86 John Woyat 87 Don Getty 88 Gino Fracas 91 Jackie Parker 94 Oscar Kruger 95 Norman Kwong 96 Don Simon 98 Rollie Miles

Head Coach: Pop Ivy

Assistant Coaches: Eagle Keys Ray Prochaska

General Manager: Keith Rolfe

President: M. I. Lieberman

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Edmonton
Edmonton
Eskimos 63rd Grey Cup
Grey Cup
champions

7 Pete Lavorato 8 Wayne Matherne 10 Bruce Lemmerman 11 Garry Lefebvre 12 Tom Wilkinson 13 Larry Highbaugh 14 Roy Bell 15 Stu Lang 17 Dick Dupuis 18 John Farlinger 19 Calvin Harrell 20 Tom Towns 21 Don Warrington 22 Mike Fink 23 Bayne Norrie 24 Leroy Moss 25 Dave Campbell 26 Dave Cutler 27 Don Layton 28 Charles Miller 30 Dale Potter 32 Mike Lambros 42 Danny Kepley 44 Rob McLaren 45 Sam Britts 50 Willie Martin 51 Roger Scales 53 Bob Howes 54 Joe Worobec 55 Ron Estay 56 Ernie Kirk 57 Brian Jones 59 Solomon Freelon 60 Charlie Turner 61 Tom Laputka 62 Bill Stevenson 65 Dave Fennell 67 Larry Watkins 68 Willie Postler 70 Don Muse 71 John Beaton 72 John Konihowski 73 Leroy Jones 74 Fred James 75 Tryone Walls 76 George McGowan

Head Coach: Ray Jauch

Assistant coaches: I. J. Caccia Leo McKillip Vic Rapp

General Manager: Norm Kimball

President: Jim Wilkins

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Edmonton
Edmonton
Eskimos 66th Grey Cup
Grey Cup
champions

1 Warren Moon 7 Pete Lavorato 8 Hank Ilesic 10 Bruce Lemmerman 12 Tom Wilkinson 13 Larry Highbaugh 15 Stu Lang 18 John Farlinger 20 Tom Towns 21 Don Warrington 22 Tom Scott 23 Angelo Santucci 24 Ed Jones 25 Jim Germany 26 Dave Cutler 28 Greg Butler 29 Joe Hollimon 30 Dale Potter 31 Pat McNeil 32 Larry Washington 34 Ian Bryans 40 Barry Kowalski 42 Danny Kepley 50 Willie Martin 53 Bob Howes 55 Ron Estay 56 Ted Milian 57 Eric Upton 60 Charlie Turner 62 Bill Stevenson 63 Hector Pothier 64 David Boone 65 Dave Fennell 69 York Hentschel 71 Waddell Smith 72 John Konihowski 75 Derrick Glanton 76 George McGowan 77 Brian Fryer

Head Coach: Hugh Campbell

Assistant coaches: Dan Daniel Joe Faragalli Don Matthews Cal Murphy

General Manager: Norm Kimball

President: Matt Baldwin

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Edmonton
Edmonton
Eskimos 67th Grey Cup
Grey Cup
champions

1 Warren Moon 7 Pete Lavorato 8 Hank Ilesic 10 Bruce Lemmerman 11 Jimmy Rogers 12 Tom Wilkinson 13 Larry Highbaugh 15 Stu Lang 20 Tom Towns 21 Don Warrington 22 Tom Scott 23 Angelo Santucci 24 Ed Jones 25 Jim Germany 26 Dave Cutler 27 Marco Cyncar 28 Greg Butler 29 Joe Hollimon 30 Dale Potter 34 Ian Bryans 37 Emilio Fraietta 39 Carl Crennel 42 Danny Kepley 45 Dave Zacharko 53 Bob Howes 55 Ron Estay 56 Ted Milian 57 Eric Upton 59 Leo Blanchard 61 Jimmy Walker 62 Bill Stevenson 63 Hector Pothier 64 David Boone 65 Dave Fennell 67 Michael Wilson 69 York Hentschel 70 Brian Kelly 71 Waddell Smith 72 John Konihowski 77 Brian Fryer

Head Coach: Hugh Campbell

Assistant coaches: Dan Daniel Joe Faragalli Don Matthews Cal Murphy

General Manager: Norm Kimball

President: Don Carlson

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Edmonton
Edmonton
Eskimos 68th Grey Cup
Grey Cup
champions

1 Warren Moon 7 Pete Lavorato 8 Hank Ilesic 9 Brian Broomell 12 Tom Wilkinson 13 Larry Highbaugh 14 Maurice Burton 15 Stu Lang 18 Mike McLeod 20 Tom Towns 21 Don Warrington 22 Tom Scott 23 Angelo Santucci 24 Ed Jones 25 Jim Germany 26 Dave Cutler 28 Greg Butler 29 Joe Hollimon 30 Dale Potter 32 Neil Lumsden 37 Emilio Fraietta 38 Harry Walters 40 James Parker 42 Danny Kepley 44 Mark Wald 53 Bob Howes 55 Ron Estay 56 Ted Milian 57 Eric Upton 59 Leo Blanchard 62 Bill Stevenson 63 Hector Pothier 64 David Boone 65 Dave Fennell 67 Michael Wilson 69 York Hentschel 70 Brian Kelly 72 John Konihowski 73 Randy Simmrin 74 Ernest Pough 75 Danny Buggs 77 Brian Fryer 83 Waddell Smith 95 Dan Kearns

Head Coach: Hugh Campbell

Assistant coaches: Dan Daniel Joe Faragalli Don Matthews Cal Murphy

General Manager: Norm Kimball

President: Don Carlson

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Edmonton
Edmonton
Eskimos 69th Grey Cup
Grey Cup
champions

1 Warren Moon 7 Pete Lavorato 8 Hank Ilesic 9 Brian Broomell 12 Tom Wilkinson 13 Larry Highbaugh 15 Stu Lang 18 Mike McLeod 20 Tom Towns 22 Tom Scott 23 Angelo Santucci 24 Ed Jones 25 Jim Germany 26 Dave Cutler 27 Marco Cyncar 28 Gary Hayes 29 Joe Hollimon 30 Dale Potter 31 Sean Kehoe 32 Neil Lumsden 34 John Pointer 37 Emilio Fraietta 40 James Parker 42 Danny Kepley 44 Mark Wald 53 Bob Howes 54 Ken Walter 55 Ron Estay 56 Ted Milian 57 Eric Upton 59 Leo Blanchard 62 Bill Stevenson 63 Hector Pothier 64 David Boone 65 Dave Fennell 70 Brian Kelly 71 Waddell Smith 75 Bill Manchuk 77 Brian Fryer 95 Dan Kearns

Head Coach: Hugh Campbell

Assistant coaches: Dan Daniel Bruce Lemmerman Don Matthews Cal Murphy

General Manager: Norm Kimball

President: Jack McMahon

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Edmonton
Edmonton
Eskimos 70th Grey Cup
Grey Cup
champions

1 Warren Moon 4 Wendell Williams 8 Hank Ilesic 10 Michael Williams 11 Cliff Olander 13 Larry Highbaugh 18 Mike McLeod 20 Tom Towns 22 Tom Scott 23 Angelo Santucci 24 Ed Jones 25 Jim Germany 26 Dave Cutler 27 Marco Cyncar 28 Gary Hayes 29 Joe Hollimon 30 Dale Potter 31 Sean Kehoe 32 Neil Lumsden 36 Nereo Bolzon 37 Emilio Fraietta 38 Greg Marshall 40 James Parker 42 Danny Kepley 53 Dan Butcher 54 Ken Walter 55 Ron Estay 56 Ted Milian 57 Eric Upton 59 Leo Blanchard 62 Bill Stevenson 63 Hector Pothier 64 David Boone 65 Dave Fennell 67 Rod Connop 68 Harry Doering 70 Brian Kelly 71 Waddell Smith 73 Mike Levenseller 75 Bill Manchuk 77 Brian Fryer 78 Ralph Dixon 79 Mark de Brueys 88 Tom Tuinei 95 Dan Kearns

Head Coach: Hugh Campbell

Assistant coaches: Gene Gaines Bruce Lemmerman Don Matthews Cal Murphy

General Manager: Norm Kimball

President: Jack McMahon

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Edmonton
Edmonton
Eskimos 75th Grey Cup
Grey Cup
champions

2 Gizmo Williams 3 Tom Dixon 4 Jerry Kauric 5 Stanley Blair 6 Cliff Toney 8 Tracy Ham 9 Damon Allen 11 Junior Robinson 15 Laurent DesLauriers 16 Matt Dunigan 20 Don Wilson 22 Blake Marshall 23 Mark Norman 24 Steve Benjamin 25 Tom Richards 27 Marco Cyncar 28 Ron Howard 29 Mike Thurman 30 Danny Bass 32 Tony Spoletini 33 Rick House 34 Milson Jones 35 Chris Skinner 36 Stewart Hill 38 Brian Warren 43 Craig Shaffer 45 Mike McLean 47 Larry Wruck 49 Frank Balkovec 50 Blake Dermott 51 Bruce Green 59 Leo Blanchard 62 Bill Stevenson 63 Hector Pothier 66 Trevor Bowles 67 Rod Connop 68 Rudy Phillips 70 Brian Kelly 75 John Mandarich 78 Stephen Jones 83 Chris Johnstone 88 Tom Tuinei 89 Steve Howlett 90 Greg McCormick 92 James Zachery 94 Lloyd Mumphrey 95 Dan Kearns 98 Gary Palumbis

Head Coach: Joe Faragalli

Assistant coaches: Gary Durchik Steve Goldman Mike Roach Doug Sams Don Sutherin

General Manager: Hugh Campbell

President: Rick LeLacheur

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Edmonton
Edmonton
Eskimos 81st Grey Cup
Grey Cup
champions

2 Gizmo Williams 5 Gary Morris 6 Rickey Jones 7 Jim Sandusky 8 Wayde Butler 9 Damon Allen 10 Damion Lyons 11 Sean Fleming 13 Ed Berry 15 Tom Muecke 16 Rickey Foggie 17 Eddie Thomas 18 Glenn Harper 19 David Shelton 20 Don Wilson 22 Blake Marshall 23 J. P. Izquierdo 24 Dan Murphy 25 Morris Lolar 26 Glenn Rogers 28 Trent Brown 31 Eric Mitchel 32 Michael Soles 33 Lucius Floyd 34 Brian Walling 36 Bruce Dickson 39 Willie Pless 40 Bennie Goods 41 Errol Martin 43 Jed Roberts 46 Malvin Hunter 47 Larry Wruck 50 Blake Dermott 51 Jeff Thomas 53 Mike Dumaresq 56 Steve Krupey 57 Randy Ambrosie 60 Chris Morris 61 Terris Chorney 67 Rod Connop 87 Jay Christensen 88 Eddie Brown 89 Leroy Blugh 90 Leonard Johnson 91 Tony Woods 94 Michel Bourgeau

Head Coach: Ron Lancaster

Assistant coaches: Bill MacDermott Mark Nelson Greg Newhouse Adam Rita Rich Stubler

General Manager: Hugh Campbell

President: J. C. Ramsey

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Edmonton
Edmonton
Eskimos 91st Grey Cup
Grey Cup
champions

3 Terry Vaughn 4 Darrel Crutchfield 6 Quincy Jackson 8 Robert Grant 9 Winston October 10 Malcolm Frank 11 Sean Fleming 12 Jason Maas 13 Rick Walters 15 Ricky Ray 17 Bart Hendricks 19 Fabian Burke 22 Mike Bradley 23 Shannon Garrett 25 Quincy Coleman 26 Donny Brady 27 Singor Mobley 28 Byron Capers 29 Dounia Whitehouse 31 Roger Reinson 33 Troy Mills 34 Mike Pringle 35 Emmanuel Casseus 36 Jason Lamar 37 John Williams 40 Kelvin Powell 44 Sean Spender 45 Olanzo Jarrett 51 Carlo Panaro 53 Tim Prinsen 55 Glen Young 56 Elfrid Payton 59 Leo Groenewegen 60 Chris Morris 61 Glenn Carson 62 Bruce Beaton 65 Kevin Lefsrud 66 Randy Chevrier 67 Dan Comiskey 76 Randy Spencer 77 A. J. Gass 80 Brock Ralph 81 Ed Hervey 82 Kory Bailey 83 Jason Tucker 86 Scott Robinson 88 Durell Robinson 90 Rahim Abdullah 91 Dorian Boose 92 Kelvin Kinney 93 Steve Charbonneau 95 Albert Reese 97 Rashad Jeanty 99 Sheldon Benoit

Head coach: Tom Higgins

Coaches: Rick Campbell Danny Kepley Bill MacDermott Danny Maciocia Greg Marshall Dan McKinnon

COO: Rick LeLaucheur

President/CEO: Hugh Campbell

Chairman: R. J. Butler

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Edmonton
Edmonton
Eskimos 93rd Grey Cup
Grey Cup
champions

3 Robert LeBlanc 8 Dahrran Diedrick 9 Michael Jenkins 10 Malcolm Frank 11 Sean Fleming 12 Jason Maas 13 Steven Marsh 14 Tony Tompkins 15 Ricky Ray 16 Jason Johnson 18 William Loftus 19 Mike Maurer 22 Mike Bradley 23 Shannon Garrett 24 Ron McClendon 26 Donny Brady 27 Singor Mobley 28 Keyuo Craver 29 Gerald Dixon 30 Mathieu Bertrand 31 Kelly Wiltshire 32 Troy Davis 33 Davis Sanchez 34 Tim Fleiszer 40 Marcus Winn 43 Roger Reinson 45 Quincy Stewart 50 Rhett McLane 52 Taylor Inglis 53 Joe Montford 55 Glen Young 56 Patrick Kabongo 60 Chris Morris 61 Glenn Carson 62 Bruce Beaton 63 Joe McGrath 65 Kevin Lefsrud 66 Sandy Annunziata 67 Dan Comiskey 68 Mark Shantz 76 Randy Spencer 77 A. J. Gass 80 Brock Ralph 81 Ed Hervey 82 Kwame Cavil 83 Jason Tucker 84 Devin Lewis 85 Trevor Gaylor 87 Derrell Mitchell 88 Andrew Nowacki 89 Deitan Dubuc 90 Antico Dalton 92 Jabari Issa 93 Steve Charbonneau 95 Charles Alston 96 Cedric Scott 97 Rashad Jeanty

Head coach: Danny Maciocia

Coaches: Rick Campbell Malvin Hunter Danny Kepley Ron Lancaster Bill MacDermott Dan McKinnon Dennis Winston

General Manager: Paul Jones

President/CEO: Hugh Campbell

Chairman: R. J. MacLean

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Edmonton
Edmonton
Eskimos 103rd Grey Cup
Grey Cup
champions

2 Nic Grigsby 3 Wallace Miles 4 Adarius Bowman 5 Jordan Lynch 6 Sean Whyte 7 Kenny Stafford 8 Cauchy Muamba 9 Pat Watkins 10 Chad Simpson 11 Grant Shaw 13 Mike Reilly (MVP) 14 James Franklin 15 Deion Belue 17 Shamawd Chambers (MVC) 18 Cory Watson 19 Greg Morris 20 Raye Hartmann 22 Kacy Rodgers 23 Marcell Young 24 Akeem Shavers 25 Mike Miller 26 John Ojo 27 Mike Dubuisson 28 Aaron Milton 29 Michael Carter 30 John White 31 Calvin McCarty 32 Kendial Lawrence 33 Shakir Bell 34 Ryan Hinds 36 Aaron Grymes 37 Otha Foster 38 Adam Konar 40 Deon Lacey 41 Odell Willis 44 Korey Jones 45 Dexter McCoil 47 J. C. Sherritt 48 Blair Smith 50 Danny Groulx 52 Alexander Krausnick 53 Ryan King 55 Elie Ngoyi 56 Greg Wojt 57 David Beard 58 Tony Washington 59 Brian Simmons 60 Justin Sorensen 62 Chris Greaves 63 Brian Ramsay 64 Andrew Jones 65 Simeon Rottier 66 Matt O'Donnell 67 D'Anthony Batiste 68 Thaddeus Coleman 73 Anthony Barrett 77 Mathieu Boulay 81 Devon Bailey 82 Sederrik Cunningham 84 Andrew Johnson 85 Nathan Coehoorn 87 Derel Walker 90 Almondo Sewell 91 Marcus Howard 92 Cedric McKinley 93 Don Oramasionwu 95 Gregory Alexandre 97 Eddie Steele 99 Willie Jefferson

Head coach: Chris Jones

Assistant coaches: Mike Cook Craig Dickenson Jarious Jackson Phillip Lolley Steve McAdoo Kez McCorvey Ed Philion Jason Shivers General Manager: Ed Hervey

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Native American mascot controversy

Washington Redskins

Name controversy Redskin (slang) Name change advocates Trademark dispute Opinion Polls Original Americans Foundation Chief Zee Washington Redhawks

Other professional sports teams

Atlanta Braves

Chief Noc-A-Homa

Chicago Blackhawks

Name and logo controversy

Cleveland Indians

Name and logo controversy

Edmonton
Edmonton
Eskimos Kansas City Chiefs

College teams

NCAA Native American mascot decision Chief Illiniwek Osceola and Renegade North Dakota athletics

Fighting Sioux name controversy

San Diego State Aztec Warrior List of college teams

Youth and school teams

Sports teams named Redskins List of secondary school teams

Change advocates

Amanda Blackhorse Gregg Deal Stephanie Fryberg Suzan Shown Harjo Adrienne Keene Jacqueline Keeler Robert Roche

Related

Native American mascot laws and regulations List of teams Stereotypes about indigenous peoples of North America Contemporary Native American issues in the United States Cultural appropriation Indigenous intellectua

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