Training camp didn’t open for all of the Edmonton Eskimos on Sunday. Local product Corbin Sharun was forced to watch from the sidelines of Commonwealth Stadium while the rest of the 84 players on the roster got to work. “Corbin, last year, had the ACL. The progress is going very well,” said head coach Kavis Reed. “He will be on our disabled (list) and we are going to stick with the medical protocol that we have, which has gotten him on track and kept him on track. “We really feel that Corbin, being Corbin, will work very hard to get back when he’s supposed to be back.” While no timeline was offered for when that may happen, until it does, the Eskimos will be without their franchise’s all-time leading tackler on special teams. “He’s definitely one of those guys who will go out and sacrifice everything to make a play and he’s definitely a leader on our special teams,” Reed said. “Corbin is a young man whom we have very high expectations for.
Knee injury keeps Edmonton Eskimo Corbin Sharun on the shelf
Edmonton Sun | Jun 3