The B.C. Lions had a scare with Mike Reilly at Tim Hortons Field.
Reilly was tracking down a bobbled snap, his ankle stuck and turned in the turf during the fourth quarter of the Leos loss to Hamilton. Trainers looked at his ankle on the sideline, taping it up and Reilly went back in the game.
After post game treatment, Mike Reilly says he will be ready for practice Monday. "You know me," Reilly says. #BCLions HC DeVone Claybrooks a little more cautious, says Reilly will be evaluated day-to-day on short week. "We need [Reilly] for the long haul," says coach #CFL
— Matthew Scianitti (@TSNScianitti) August 11, 2019
The 34-year-old franchise quarterback completed 21-of-28 passes for 306 yards, two touchdowns against two interceptions. B.C. fell to a league-worst 1-7 as Reilly limped off the field following the latest defeat.
The Lions play in Winnipeg to start Week 10 on Thursday night.