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Oct 28, 1:54 PM - Edmonton
The Edmonton Eskimo Football Club announces the release of import running back Robbie Rouse. - Team Release
Oct 27, 12:14 PM - Edmonton
OL Miles Mason was released on Sunday. - Team Release
Oct 25, 11:51 AM - Edmonton
WR Fred Stamps's season is officially finished. The league's leading receiver was placed on the nine-game injured list. - Edmonton Sun
Oct 24, 12:38 PM - Edmonton
SB Fred Stamps and CB Chris Thompson will not play in Friday's game against the B.C. Lions. DE Odell Willis will play despite seeing a reduction in practice this week. OT Tyrone Novikoff is expected to get his first start of the season. - Edmonton Sun
Oct 23, 1:05 PM - Edmonton
Fred Stamps hasn't practised all week and likely won't play Friday against the B.C. Lions. "Right now, Fred is in the questionable category," Eskimos head coach Kavis Reed said. "And to be quite honest, I would say probably not.
SB Marcus Henry, DHB Chris Thompson, SB Matt Carter and Stamps sat out Tuesday's practice. Carter, who is undergoing concussion protocol, is probable for this week's game. - Edmonton Sun
Oct 22, 1:06 PM - Edmonton
Defensive lineman Almondo Sewell could be back in uniform with the Edmonton Eskimos. Sewell, who was carted off the field during a loss to Saskatchewan on Oct. 12, joined the first-team defence in Monday's practice. He had been examined at Regina General Hospital and doctors determined he hadn't sustained a spinal fracture. - Edmonton Journal
Oct 18, 12:20 PM - Edmonton
DT Almondo Sewell is out after a scary head injury in Regina. Don Oramasionwu slides into Sewell's spot. Calgary Dinos product C Alex Krausnick (knee) is out. - The Calgary Sun
Oct 17, 2:48 PM - Edmonton
The Edmonton Eskimos will likely be without their starting centre as they face the league-leading Calgary Stampeders on Friday. Alexander Krausnick is doubtful to play after re-aggravating a right knee injury suffered in training camp that forced him to miss the first seven weeks of the season. Look for veteran Brian Ramsay to get the start in his place.
Rookie CB Aaron Grymes is coming off the nine-game injured list after suffering what the club calls an internal organ injury in practice. - Edmonton Sun
Oct 16, 1:09 PM - Edmonton
DT Almondo Sewell remained on the sidelines after being taken to hospital to have his neck examined in last week's game. He is doubtful for this week's.
C Alexander Krausnick had to be helped to the locker-room after apparently injuring his knee in Tuesday's practice. He has started the past nine consecutive games after coming off a knee injury in training camp that forced him to miss the first seven weeks of the season. - Edmonton Sun
Oct 15, 10:54 AM - Edmonton
Rookie cornerback Aaron Grymes is due to come off the nine-game injured list this week and could be playing in Friday's game. He was heavily involved with the first-team defence in Monday's practice. "We'll see Aaron (on Tuesday) having another good day, hopefully," Reed said. "And (we'll be) making the decision from there, but he is available to us and it's a strong consideration to have Aaron on this week." Grymes hasn't played since he suffered an internal organ injury leading into Week 8. - Edmonton Journal
Almondo Sewell never lost sensation in his hands and feet, but was none-the-less pretty rattled. The Edmonton Eskimos defensive tackle took a shot to the head trying to field a punt Saturday against the Saskatchewan Roughriders and needed to be stretchered off the field. He spent a few hours in a Regina hospital before being released and was in attendance, watching practice Monday. According to Reed, Sewell has yet to be fully evaluated by team doctors and does not know the extent of his injury. If the Eskimos were playing tomorrow, the University of Akron product would not be available. However, the team is waiting on a full evaluation before ruling him out of Friday's game against the Calgary Stampeders at Commonwealth Stadium. - Edmonton Sun