Edmonton Eskimos Linebacker Retiring

This morning, the Edmonton Eskimos veteran linebacker J.C. Sherritt announced his retirement from professional football after eight seasons in the CFL. he first joined the Eskimos back in 2011 and was quickly named the teams Most Outstanding Rookie with 68 defensive tackles, three quarterback sacks and three forced fumbles. Sherrit ruptured his Achilles at the season opener against the BC Lions, causing him to miss out on the whole season and although he didn’t play, he recovered by the western finals in Calgary.

Sherritt played 109 games and achieved 507 defensive tackles, leaving him fourth on the Eskimos all-time list.