B.C. quarterback Jonathon Jennings underwent an MRI Monday, according to TSN’s Farhan Lalji, and showed no severe injury.
MRI results on @JJ_Jennings10 came back negative. No structural damage. Was a strain. Strength & range better than expected. Week to week
— Farhan Lalji (@FarhanLaljiTSN) July 17, 2017
Jennings was hurt on the Lions’ first offensive series in the team’s win against Hamilton when he was driven into the turf by Ticats defensive tackle Davon Coleman. Jennings was also intercepted on the play.
He did not return to the game. Jennings was replaced by veteran back up Travis Lulay, who promptly led the Lions on a touchdown drive and carved up the Ticats secondary while leading B.C. to a victory, setting a CFL record in the process.
After the game, Jennings told reporters that his shoulder should be “fine.”
— Jonathon Jennings (@JJ_Jennings10) July 16, 2017