The BC Lions introduced DeVone Claybrooks as their new head coach on Tuesday, plucking the former defensive coordinator from the Stampeders’ Grey Cup-winning coaching staff.
Claybrooks’ aggressive, big-play defence has been much-celebrated by fans, media and football personnel alike, but his mother Sally — who played a huge part in saving his life during a health scare in August — remains his biggest supporter.
The account had been dormant for a few years, but returned with some all-star calibre selfies during Grey Cup Week in Edmonton.
I just loved seeing this guy lastnight! Henry Burris a former Stampeder and now a commentator for TSN! True love never dies…. May God continue to bless you as you move forward in life…. Love you Henry pic.twitter.com/XY5MmjqAVU