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Chick is gone. Who will be next for Ticats? - TheSpec.com

In a mostly empty Hamilton Tiger-Cats' locker-room after their demoralizing 37-18 loss to the Ottawa Redblacks Friday night, defensive end John Chick talked about what had to happen next for a team that was still winless on the season. "The veterans ...and more »

Ferguson: What the John Chick trade means for the Ticats, Esks - CFL.ca

If there were any doubt about the Hamilton Tiger-Cats direction moving forward in 2017, it may have been put to rest Sunday afternoon. The Tiger-Cats dealt defensive end John Chick to the Edmonton Eskimos for the right to move up three rounds in the ...and more »

New Eskimo John Chick practises with team for the first time - Globalnews.ca

John Chick is happy to be in Edmonton, and the Eskimos are happy to have the big defensive end acquired over the weekend from the Hamilton Tiger-Cats. Chick was on the practice field Monday for the first time with his new team and is looking forward to ...and more »

Edmonton Eskimos add John Chick to defence - Globalnews.ca

As the injuries keep piling up for the Eskimos they have had to reach outside the organization for some depth and have added CFL veteran defensive end John Chick. The 34-year-old, in his eighth CFL season, was acquired from the Hamilton Tiger-Cats ...and more »

Eskimos land John Chick in trade with Ticats - CFL.ca

EDMONTON — Seeking help for their injured front seven, the Edmonton Eskimos have landed defensive end John Chick in a trade with the Hamilton Tiger-Cats. Chick heads to Edmonton along with a fifth round draft pick while the Eskimos send a second ...and more »

Terry Jones: Numbers add up in Edmonton Eskimos acquiring John Chick - Edmonton Journal

John Chick is bringing his entire team with him. Not the Tiger-Cats — his wife and eight kids. “Cameron, Robert, Josh, Luke, Julia, Mathew, Dominique and Mary,” he listed them. “They are aged 11, nine, eight, seven, six, twins that are four, then ...and more »

Eskimos acquire all-star John Chick from Ticats - CBC.ca

All-star defensive end John Chick was traded to the Edmonton Eskimos on Sunday by the Hamilton Tiger-Cats. Edmonton also gets a fifth round pick in the 2018 CFL Draft while Hamilton gets a second round pick in return. Chick, 34, has appeared in all ...and more »

COMMENTARY: Trading John Chick hurts, but it's the right move for the Tiger-Cats - Globalnews.ca

If Friday night's lopsided loss against the Ottawa Redblacks wasn't the final derailment in what has been a train wreck of a season for the Hamilton Tiger-Cats, then maybe trading John Chick is the last straw. Hamilton, who have a woeful 0-8 record ...and more »

Edmonton Eskimos acquire pass rusher John Chick from Hamilton Tiger-Cats - Edmonton Sun

The injury-ridden Edmonton Eskimos have relied on the next man up all season, but now, they've brought in help from outside the team. The Canadian Football League's leading squad, which sports a record of 7-1, traded a second-round pick in 2018 on ...and more »