Redblacks’ Rick Campbell would be “surprised” if Trevor Harris doesn’t play against B.C.

Ottawa head coach Rick Campbell says he would be “surprised” if Redblacks quarterback Trevor Harris is not playing Saturday versus the Lions.

“Trevor continues to throw really well, and with less pain as every day goes by, so that’s a very good sign. So I’m not saying the guy’s playing but I’m going to be surprised if he’s not,” the Redblacks bench boss told TSN 1200 in Ottawa. “And Tate just keeps getting better too, so that’s the good news is that we could have all our quarterbacks dress this week.”

Harris has missed three games since being injured against Hamilton in Week 12.

Ticats defensive lineman Davon Coleman planted him into the turf, which hurt his right shoulder.

Ottawa’s franchise pivot has thrown for 3,724 yards, 23 touchdowns and seven interceptions with a 104.7 QB rating.

The Redblacks have gone 1-2 with Harris sidelined.