|Date of birth:||February 10, 1920|
|Place of birth:||Nashville, Arkansas, USA|
|Position(s):||End, Defensive back|
|Los Angeles Dons|
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Ezzrett "Sugarfoot" Anderson (born February 10, 1920) is a former all-star Canadian Football League player.
Anderson graduated from Kentucky State and turned pro in 1945 and 1946 with the Hollywood Bears in the Pacific Coast Football League (along with future CFL opponente Chuck Anderson.) After playing with the Los Angeles Dons of the All-America Football Conference (in 1947,) where he caught 11 passes for 126 yards and 1 TD, he began a 6 year stay with the Calgary Stampeders. As a Stamp he caught 116 passes for 1576 yards and 5 TDs, with his best year being 1950, when he caught 46 passes for 673 yards. He retired in 1954.
- ↑ Not Only the Ball Was Brown: BLACK PLAYERS IN MINOR LEAGUE FOOTBALL, 1933-46 by Bob Gill and Tod Maher, THE COFFIN CORNER: Vol. 11, No. 5 (1989)
- ↑  CFLAPEDIA entry - Ezzert Anderson
- ↑ "Stamps Add to Wall of Fame". Calgary Stampeder Football Club. http://www.stampeders.com/news_blogs/news/?id=2516. Retrieved 8 June 2009.
- Anderson bio at Alberta's Black Pioneer Heritage