The Edmonton Elks brought back their leading rusher from 2021 on Monday by signing running back James Wilder Jr. to a one-year contract extension.
Radio Producer/Sports Anchor/Edmonton football colour analyst
Dave Campbell has been with 630 CHED since 1995 and came straight from the NAIT radio and television program.
He served as the studio producer for Edmonton Oilers and Edmonton Elks broadcasts for eight years. Dave was behind the board for Inside Sports during its first five years of existence, starting in spring 1997 with then host Syd Smith.
In 2003, Dave became the full-time producer of Inside Sports. In 2004, he joined the Edmonton Elks broadcast team as a sideline reporter and host of The Points After Show following home games. In 2006, he joined Bryan Hall in the broadcast booth as the colour analyst. Dave has been working with Morley Scott in the Edmonton Elks broadcast booth since the 2010 season.
Dave has had the pleasure of covering numerous sporting events, including the 2001 World Championships in Athletics. He covered the 2010 Grey Cup game in Edmonton and the 2015 Grey Cup game in Winnipeg, when Edmonton won their 14th Grey Cup championship.
Dave has covered two Briers held in Edmonton (2005, 2013), the 2007 World Men’s Curling Championships and the 2009 Roar of the Rings.
On Thursday, the Edmonton Elks signed Canadian receivers Tevaun Smith and Mike Jones to one-year contract extensions for the 2022 CFL season.
The Edmonton Elks acquired offensive lineman Tony Washington and kick-returner Martese Jackson from the Montreal Alouettes on Friday in exchange for defensive tackle Mike Moore.
On Thursday, the Edmonton Elks announced more additions to their coaching staff including defensive line coach Demetrious Maxie who has been with the green and gold since 2016.
The Edmonton Elks on Tuesday afternoon signed Canadian defensive back Jordan Hoover to a one-year contract extension taking him through to the end of the 2022 CFL season.
On Tuesday, Edmonton Elks head coach and general manager Chris Jones announced the hiring of three coaches to his staff in Stephen McAdoo, Jarious Jackson and Markus Howell.
On Thursday, the CFL released their full schedule for the 2022 CFL season which will see the Edmonton Elks face the Calgary Stampeders four times.
On Wednesday, the Edmonton Elks signed veteran defensive back Aaron Grymes to a two-year contract extension, taking him through the end of the 2023 CFL season.
On Friday, the Edmonton Elks lost 43-10 to the B.C. Lions in the final game of a disappointing season which saw Elks finish last in the CFL with a 3-11 record.
A grueling three games in seven days will end on Friday night for the Edmonton Elks in Vancouver against the B.C. Lions. It’s the final game of the season for both teams.
On Wednesday, the Edmonton Elks revealed their nominees for the CFL’s end-of-season awards and running back James Wilder Jr. was named the team’s Most Outstanding Player.
The Edmonton Elks are in Toronto to play the Argos on Tuesday night as the Elks continue their road trip of three games in seven days.
The Edmonton Elks will play three games over their next seven days on the road. It all starts with a matchup with the Saskatchewan Roughriders in Regina Saturday.
This Saturday, the Edmonton Elks begin a grueling road trip of three games in seven days with stops in Regina, Toronto and Vancouver.
The Edmonton Elks will look for their first win on home turf this season in their final home game of the season Friday night as they host the Saskatchewan Roughriders.