Riders QB Glenn a game-time decision with bruised hand
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.