EDMONTON — Just days after winning the Grey Cup, Edmonton Eskimos Guard Chris Greaves needs your help finding his game-worn jersey.
At around 5:44 p.m. on Wednesday, Dec. 2, Greaves left his jersey inside a Co-op taxi on Whyte Avenue. Despite repeated calls to the company, his jersey has not yet been found.
A spokesperson for Co-op Taxi said the driver didn’t see the jersey but the company is checking with other drivers who may have used the vehicle during a later shift. Co-op will continue to investigate.
Greaves says the jersey is irreplaceable and carries sentimental value.
“The whole plan was to frame it, put it on a wall and tell my grand-kids stories about it.”
The jersey is a green Eskimos jersey, #62, with a CP and Sun Life badge stitched onto the front shoulders. It has the name “Greaves” stitched onto the back.
He’s taken to social media in hopes of spreading the word. In a tweet, Greaves thanks Eskimo fans for their help.
Eskimos Chris Greaves pleads for the return of his Grey Cup jersey twitter老域名购买/GreavesChris
Eskimos Chris Greaves pleads for the return of his Grey Cup jersey
Greaves asks anyone who stumbles across the jersey to please return it to the Eskimos front office or tweet him at @GreavesChris.
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