There was plenty of fathering going on at Commonwealth Stadium surrounding Fathers Day weekend. Coming in, Edmonton Eskimos quarterback Trevor Harris’s two-year-old son, T.J., has gotten to take over on the turf after his dad is done practising, since Harris’s family arrived following the close of training camp. And coming out of it, general manager Brock Sunderland was showing his dad, Marv — a National Football League scout of more than 40 years — around Commonwealth Stadium during Monday’s practice. But while football is obviously generational in the Sunderland family, time will tell what’s in store for the next generation of Harris. “As long as he does things he’s passionate about and he does them with everything he’s got.
Source: National Post June 18, 2019 09:56 UTC