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The Edmonton Eskimos have finalized their 2020 coaching staff.
EDMONTON — The Edmonton Eskimos have released defensive lineman Kendal Vickers in order to pursue NFL opportunities. Vickers, 24, spent the entire 2019 season with the Eskimos, making 12 tackles while adding a pair of sacks on the year. The Havelock, NC., native spent his entire collegiate career at the University of Tennessee. In 32 […]
Brock Sunderland and Scott Milanovich are both excited by the new crop of coaches who will be joining the Edmonton Eskimos' staff for the 2020 season.
New England Patriots wide receiver Julian Edelman underwent shoulder surgery last week and is expected to be ready for the team's offseason program in the spring, ESPN's Adam Schefter reported Tuesday.
Six-time champion Roger Federer plays his second-round match against Filip Krajinovic at the Australian Open on Day 3. Defending and seven-time Australian Open champion Novak Djokovic plays Japanese wild-card entry Tatsuma Ito. Serena Williams takes another step to what she hopes will be her record 24th Grand Slam singles title when she plays Tamara Zidansek. No. 1-ranked Ash Barty will continue her quest for a second major title when she plays Polona Hercog.
San Francisco 49ers linebacker Kwon Alexander probably figured he’d be mentally focused on his Super Bowl battle with the Kansas City Chiefs, but it sounds like he’s sparked a bit of a legal battle for himself. Alexander filed a trademark for the phrases “Hot Boyzz” and “Hot Boyzz University,” a moniker the 49er defense has gone by all season. Just one problem: the Dallas Cowboys used the moniker “Hot Boyz” in 2018. DeMarcus Lawrence, the mind behind that trademarked movement, was not particularly pleased and suggested he’d be lawyering up. . Only one @HotBoyzTM don’t matter how many “Z’s” they put on it. #LawyerUp — DeMarcus Lawrence (@TankLawrence) January 21, 2020 This will be a fun one for the copyright lawyers. Alexander has added an extra Z, but getting that copyrighted might be a stretch. The 49ers linebacker might give Lawrence the same advice the Cowboys lineman gave an autograph seeker recently.