Wednesday, May 31, 2017

Durant's Knee Injury Not Considered Serious

After further testing, the Montreal Alouettes announced Wednesday evening that they don’t believe quarterback Darian Durant’s knee injury isn’t serious.

Durant was forced out of Tuesday’s training camp session with an injured left knee but on Wednesday, an MRI all but confirmed Head Coach Jacques Chapdelaine’s suspicion that the injury isn’t a significant cause for concern.

The Alouettes issued the following statement regarding their newly-added franchise quarterback following further medical examination:

“After having undergone MRI imaging and further examination by our medical staff, it appears that Darian did not suffer a major injury. His return timetable will be evaluated on a daily basis.”

The Alouettes first pre-season game is June 8 in Toronto. The first regular season game is June 22 at home to the Riders. 


Anonymous said...

I wish nothing but the best for Darian, including a victory in his home opener.


Anonymous said...

It's serious when it hampers the team throughout the season. It will take him down.. out as it lingers while creating uncertainty moving forward.