Rid­ers QB Glenn a game-time de­ci­sion with bruised hand

Medicine Hat News - - SPORTS - CAROL PHILLIPS

HAMILTON It re­mains un­clear who will get the start at quar­ter­back for the Saskatchewan Roughrid­ers on Fri­day night in Hamilton.

Vet­eran pivot Kevin Glenn, who leads one of the top of­fen­sive clubs in the CFL this sea­son, has been rest­ing a bruised hand all week. He will be a game-time de­ci­sion for the matchup with the TigerCats.

Head coach Chris Jones said his de­ci­sion hinges on if Glenn “tells me that he’s ready to go and he’s able to throw. Again, right now, we’re wait­ing to see if that’s go­ing to hap­pen or not.”

Glenn, who’s third in the CFL with 21 touchdown passes (and tied for sec­ond with 10 in­ter­cep­tions), in­jured his hand in last week’s 48-28 loss to Win­nipeg. He was re­placed by Bran­don Bridge and has yet to par­tic­i­pate in team prac­tices this week.

Bridge, who has been tak­ing first-team reps, was the one who showed up for the team’s me­dia avail­abil­ity Thurs­day.

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