EDMONTON — The Edmonton Eskimos have misplaced linebacker J.C. Sherritt for the whole CFL season after he suffered a ruptured left Achilles tendon.
Sherritt suffered the harm within the second quarter of the Eskimos victory over the B.C. Lions on Saturday. The Eskimos confirmed the extent of the harm and up to date his standing on Monday.
Sherritt, a five-foot-nine, 220-pound native of Truckee, Calif., was the CFL’s most excellent defensive participant in 2012 when he recorded 122 defensive tackles.
He recorded 70 or extra tackles in every of the final two seasons.