The Calgary Stampeders get one player back from knee surgery and another one is headed for a procedure.
Receiver P.K. Sam, who will be replaced in the meeting with the Winnipeg Blue Bombers by Ken-Yon Rambo, will require a scope on his knee to find the extent of the damage.
Sam was injured in Saturday’s 40-20 victory over the Saskatchewan Roughriders in which he scored his first touchdown with the Stamps.
The third-year CFLer was acquired this off-season in a trade for Jeremaine Copeland but he missed the opening week of the season with a hamstring strain.
He has 13 catches for 129 yards and one TD in three games since debuting with the Stamps.
This knee injury will keep him out indefinitely, so the Stamps are relieved they have Rambo coming off his torn ACL that kept him out for an entire calendar year.