Winnipeg will be missing two starters on their offensive line against B.C.
Hardrick and Bond spectators at Bomber practice. You can rule them out of Saturdays BC game.
— Bob Irving (@BobIrvingCJOB) October 26, 2017
Bond suffered an upper-body injury and did not return to the BMO Field turf when the Bombers lost to Toronto in Week 18. After working his way into the starting lineup in 2016, Bond had played in every game so far in 2017. The six-foot-seven, 356-pounder has been crucial in helping the Bombers offence become one of the top units in the league. He was a CFL all-star in 2016. Canadian Pat Neufeld should take his place at left guard.
Hardrick started in all 16 games for Winnipeg at right tackle in 2017, but went down with a leg injury in practice this week. Manase Foketi has been practising in his spot.