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Players will come and players will go, but at least the Edmonton Eskimos know who their quarterback is going to be next season.
They weren’t able to say as much a year ago when Mike Reilly was slated to hit the open market.
This off-season, while there may still be plenty of speculation at various positions both on the field and in the coaching staff, Trevor Harris will be back behind centre in 2020.
And while that may spell some relief for Eskimos fans who spent months on the edge of their seats heading into off-season free agency, the quarterback sees himself as just one piece of the puzzle.
“I’m never, ‘This is my team.’ I’m pushing a sled with the guys,” the 33-year-old Edinboro product said. “That’s the way we see it and we’re in this together and I know that we already have some guys who are talking about making it right next year and doing great things next year, because I do love the core of this team.
“I love the locker-room and I would invite people to doubt us for next year.”
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