Saskatchewan Roughriders quarterbacks Kevin Glenn did not for practice for a third straight day on Wednesday and will be game time decision when the Riders play the Hamilton Tiger-Cats on Friday night.
— Taylor Shire (@TShireGlobal) September 13, 2017
The 38-year-old suffered a bruised hand in the Banjo Bowl loss to the Winnipeg Blue Bombers on Saturday and did not practice this week. Wednesday is the final day of practice for the Riders before they travel to Hamilton on Thursday.
The 38-year-old has thrown for 3,057 yards, 21 touchdowns, 10 interceptions while completing 70 per cent of his passes in 10 games for the Riders this season.
If Glenn can’t play, it’s expected Canadian Brandon Bridge will face Hamilton. Bridge, a native of Mississauga, is the last Canadian quarterback to start a CFL game, doing so in the Montreal Alouettes’ 2015 regular-season finale, a 30-24 overtime loss to Saskatchewan.
Bridge completed 4-of-8 passes for 67 yards and an interception against Winnipeg while adding a 10-yard run. The six-foot-five Canadian is 13-of-20 passing this season for 203 yards with three TDs and the one pick.
Bridge started his CFL career with Montreal in 2015 and has completed 50-of-73 passes for 648 yards with five TDs and two interceptions overall.
– with files from CP
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