By Anthony Caruso III
The Capital Sports Report
Owner/Managing Editor/Sr. Writer
The Edmonton Eskimos have signed Jerome Messam to a new contract.
His new contract will keep him with Edmonton through the 2014 season. He comes back to Edmonton after spending time in the NFL with the Miami Dolphins before his recent release from the team.
Last season, he has his season ended due to a knee injury. He went under the knife to have surgery in November.
“We’re very pleased to reach a contract extension with Jerome through the 2014 season. He’s happy to be back in green and gold, and I’m sure our fans will welcome Jerome with great enthusiasm,” Eskimos general manager Eric Tillman said.
He had 195 carries for 1,057 yards last season in Edmonton. He also had six rushing touchdowns.
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