Canadian Football League

Thursday, January 13, 2005

Jan 13
Esks secure offensive veterans Lefsrud, Comiskey and BradleyEDMONTON -- The Edmonton Eskimo Football Club announced the signing of offensive linemen Kevin Lefsrud and Dan Comiskey as well as running back Mike Bradley today. Terms of all three deals were not released. Lefsrud was the Eskimos' nominee for Outstanding Lineman in 2004 starting 13 games at left guard before moving to centre in Week 14. Before joining the Eskimos as a free agent in 2003, Kevin was Montreal's fifth round selection (37th overall) in the 1999 CFL Canadian College Draft. He played in 52 regular season games over three seasons with Montreal. Comiskey enters his fourth season with Edmonton and has started all 54 games over the past three seasons. In 2003, Dan was named a CFL West Division All-Star, a CFLPA All-Star and was the Eskimos' nominee for the CFL's Tom Pate Award. Prior to joining Edmonton, Dan played five seasons with Saskatchewan. Bradley, will enter his fourth season with the Green and Gold and continues to develop into an outstanding special teams player and running back. An offensive threat each time he touched the ball, Bradley recorded 2 carries for 40 yards, 2 receptions for 28 yards and 25 kickoff returns for 609 yards in 2004. He also posted the Eskimos' longest kickoff return of the season (67 yards versus BC on July 9). Mike joined the Eskimos as an undrafted free agent in 2002.


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