The BC Lions could be without their starting quarterback once again as Travis Lulay confirmed in a radio interview with TSN 1040 that he has a strained MCL.
Lulay left Thursday's contest and it was thought his injury would not be serious after head coach Jeff Tedford addressed the media but it seems as though his injury may be worse than originally expected.
"The knee is okay … I suffered a grade 2 MCL sprain so it has been a bit sore and stiff," Lulay told TSN Radio. "For this stage of what has happened it is alright. I will still find out (how long I will be out) as symptoms subside but typically they tell me it is in the 3-6 week range for this kind of injury to heal up so hoping for the short end of that spectrum."