When Edmonton Eskimos quarterback Trevor Harris took to the field against the Saskatchewan Roughriders on October 26th, he was wearing a new piece of innovative technology to help protect his brain from repeated head impacts. We can confirm the device is the Q-Collar, a revolutionary approach to head-injury protection and the result of years of scientific research, development and on-field testing.
Harris is among a growing number of elite CFL players choosing to wear the Q-Collar as an additional safety measure this football season, including Winnipeg Blue Bombers’ linebacker Adam Bighill and Saskatchewan Roughriders defensive end, Charleston Hughes.
The Q-Collar is also being adopted by many youth athletes in sports such as football, hockey, soccer, and lacrosse where head safety is a primary concern for them and their parents. We are thrilled that Trevor has joined the Q-Collar team, and we wish him luck as he heads into the playoffs!