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Montreal and Toronto Release 1st Injury Report for Friday’s Game

The Argonauts and Alouettes released their 1st list of guys that are at least limited for Monday’s preparations to Friday’s game. Montreal begins their 4 week road trip, so, some of these guys will have a hard time recovering.

Highlighting the list for the Als is Mario Alford with a hip injury, who has had the better season for Montreal as a punt and kick returner, with 588 total yards and a punt returned for a TD.

Tre WatsonLBHipLimited
Mario AlfordWRAnkleDNP
Samuel ThomassinOLHand (Coming off 6-game)Limited
Najee MurrayDBHealthy ScratchFull
Michael WakefieldDLHealthy ScratchFull
Cameron Artis-PayneRBHealthy ScratchFull
Quan BrayWRHealthy ScratchFull

QB Nick Arbuckle, who was limited in Monday’s practice with a hamstring injury is day-to-day on the Argonauts list. Toronto has many more players named than Montreal’s, which mainly had healthy scratches listed. Usually, that means they won’t play the next game.

WR Ricky Collins Jr is the leading pass catcher for Toronto, was also limited on Monday. Three OL were on the list as limited or did not participate, which could all truble for whoever is behind the center.

LB Cameron Judge was a big loss today who didn’t participate because of an ankle injury. But the biggest hit to the Argos defense I Henoc Muamba with a hamstring issue. He’s 3rd in tackles with a sack and an INT. Shaq Richards is a big miss too limited on Monday with an ankle injury He’s added 13 tackles, an INT, a forced fumble, and a fumble recovery.

Nick ArbuckleQBHamstringLimited
Dariusz BladekOLChest, HipDNP
Daniel BravermanWRAnkleDNP
Isiah CageOLAnkleDNP
Brandon CalverLBKneeDNP
Ricky Collins Jr.WRKneeLimited
DaVaris DanielsWRHamstringLimited
Vontae DiggsLBHealthy ScratchFull
Cam JudgeLBAnkleDNP
Cordarro LawDLKneeLimited
Henoc MuambaLBHamstringDNP
Drake NevisDLBackLimited
Llevi NoelWRHamstringDNP
Shane RichardsOLAnkleDNP
Shaq RichardsonDBAnkleLimited
 Bear WoodsLBHipDNP

Both teams have to get healthy before Friday’s game, or we may see another sloppy matchup.

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