Eskimos re-sign offensive lineman Colin Kelly

The Edmonton Eskimos have re-signed international offensive lineman Colin Kelly through the 2018 season.

The six-foot-five, 298-pound native of Longview, Wash., appeared 11 regular-season games this season for the Eskimos, as well as the West semifinal and West final.

Kelly contributed to an Eskimos offensive line that gave up the fewest sacks and led the league in offensive touchdowns in 2017.

Prior to joining Edmonton in 2017, Kelly appeared in 26 games with Ottawa over the 2015 and 2016 seasons.



4 Comments on Eskimos re-sign offensive lineman Colin Kelly

  1. Only 298? Must’ve been the baby of the bunch.

  2. Good signing for the Eskimos. Can never have too many good OL prospects going into camp in 2018 from either side of the border. Everything starts up from with the OL and DL as they say.

  3. The Esks former RT Colin Kelly will move to LT as Joel Figueroa will get a look down south. Fully expect Jacob Ruby to get a look at RT and the Esks to go with 4 Canadians on the o-line.

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