Stampeders receiver DaVaris Daniels breaks collarbone, ‘going to be out for a while’

Calgary receiver DaVaris Daniels suffered a right shoulder injury against the Ticats.

“DaVaris is the major problem. He went for some X-rays and it looks like a break. He’s going to be out for a while and that’s another hit to our receiving core,” Stampeders head coach Dave Dickenson said.

The 25-year-old left the game in Hamilton, which Calgary won 43-28 and did not return. Kamar Jorden is out for the season with a knee injury. Eric Rogers remains on the six-game injured list after having a minor procedure on his knee, but he hasn’t been cleared to return, yet.

Daniels was playing the boundary slotback spot Rogers occupied, so if he gets healthy during Calgary’s current bye week it’s possible but not certain Rogers could play in Week 16 against the Toronto Argonauts.

Regardless losing Daniels, who has 50 catches for 747 yards and seven touchdowns through 12 games in 2018, is a blow to the Stamps receiver group.




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