Window-bustin' hoolies

JONATHAN HUNTINGTON -- Edmonton Sun

, Last Updated: 8:08 AM ET

Knowing he has to keep his nose clean at Edmonton Eskimo training camp after having his NFL record tarnished because of a locker room fight in Cincinnati, Reggie Myles is in the midst of a productive, but quiet preseason.

But somebody else has nosed into his personal business.

Like Jason Tucker, Myles' expensive truck was broken into at the team's training camp hotel - on the weekend.

In Myles' case, a gold chain that was given to him by his brother in-law for good luck at Eskimo camp was snatched.

"It was something (my brother in-law) got 13 years ago (from his mother) before he left to go overseas (with the Navy)," said Myles, a Mississippi native.

"Hearing about Canada before I came up here (this spring), there was real low crime.

"You can't even have a pistol up here.

"I am thinking, that is safe.

"And then I wake up (yesterday) morning and somebody has busted my window out (in my truck)."

Myles is disappointed, but - surprisingly - the linebacker is not angry or bitter.

"Whoever did it, if you read (this), I love you still," he said. "Hopefully your problems are solved now.

"There ain't no reason to hate nobody.


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