Edmonton pass catchers Shamawd Chambers and Cory Watson have been brought up in trade conversations according to TSN’s Dave Naylor.
Chambers has played in five games making four catches for 40 yards in 2017 for the Eskimos, he’s been on and off the roster. Watson’s seen action in 11 contests recording 19 grabs for 276 yards and one touchdown this season.
Both receivers are veteran Canadians. Chambers was selected in the first round, sixth overall in the 2012 CFL draft. He’s suited up in 69 games registering 141 receptions for 1,543 yards and eight touchdowns during his six-years in the CFL. Watson, chosen in the second round, ninth overall, in the 2010 CFL draft, has been in 108 games hauling in 282 balls for 3,257 yards and 12 touchdowns in eight seasons.