Kevin Lefsrud isn't exactly enjoying his return to the Edmonton Eskimos.
The offensive lineman - who came out of retirement this year - has suffered another head injury.
Although the club didn't officially call it a concussion, a team official admitted he had "his bell rung" last night against Hamilton at Commonwealth Stadium.
The guard walked very slowly from the sidelines to the dressing room early in the second quarter - needing some help almost the entire way.
Lefsrud suffered a concussion earlier this season in Vancouver.
Rhett McLane filled in for Lefsrud last night. But next week could be a different story.
The Esks play in Regina next Saturday, with the club clearly hoping veteran guard Dan Comiskey will be able to come off the injured list.
Comiskey suffered a torn left calf muscle in Winnipeg last month and has missed the last four games.