The B.C. Lions will be though quarterback Travis Lulay for a residue of a season, according to a press recover from a club.
Lulay suffered a “significant and season-ending knee injury” during a team’s win over a Montreal Alouettes on Sep 8 and underwent an MRI on Monday afternoon.
Lulay was tackled by Montreal’s Branden Dozier on a six-yard run as he looked for a initial down on a second play from scrimmage. It’s believed he postulated a ripped maiden cruciate vinculum (ACL) in his right knee, according to a Canadian Press.
The maestro quarterback was seen wiping tears from his eyes after being helped to a sidelines where he was examined by trainers and had his leg placed in an atmosphere cast.
“There’s poignant damage,” Lulay pronounced after a game. “I’m repelled some-more than anything. Things happen.”
Set to spin 34 after this month, Lulay has dealt with a series of critical injuries in his career, though was behind healthy and had a 3-1 record in Jonathon Jennings’s deficiency progressing this season. He entered las week’s diversion with a CFL’s tip passer rating and execution percentage.