The province of Saskatchewan is fixated on Kevin Glenn’s right hand.
The status of the Riders’ starting quarterback remains uncertain after the 38-year-old suffered a bruised hand in the Banjo Bowl loss to the Winnipeg Blue Bombers on Saturday.
Tuesday’s post-practice media session brought slightly different responses from head coach Chris Jones and quarterback coach Jarious Jackson on Glenn’s progress.
Chris Jones says Kevin Glenn felt better but didn't throw. Asked if he would tell us tomorrow if Glenn plays,his response. Doubt it. #Riders
— Lee Jones (@LeeJonesCTV) September 12, 2017
And then Jackson.
Jarious Jackson just told me in an interview that Kevin Glenn's hand was feeling better today and he made a few throws.
— Arielle Zerr (@arielle_zerr) September 12, 2017
Jones likes to be as secretive as possible, so it’s not surprising that he didn’t want to divulge much by the way of details.
What’s known for certain: Glenn is day-to-day and may play Saturday in Hamilton. Unless he’s doesn’t.