No bitterness for ex-Argo

TERRY KOSHAN, SUN MEDIA

, Last Updated: 10:36 AM ET

HAMILTON -- The scene at the Argonauts' practice facility could get interesting this afternoon.

Former Argo Arland Bruce is scheduled to be one of three Tiger-Cats to be made available to reporters in anticipation of tomorrow night's game at the Rogers Centre between the Ticats and Argos.

It would be Bruce's first foray back into that part of the Argos' complex since he was traded to the Tiger-Cats in July after he took a feud with Argonauts head coach Bart Andrus public.

With the news conference usually held in the Argos' defensive meeting room at Erindale, Bruce would have to stroll past Andrus' office.

But Bruce, who could change his mind today, indicated any hard feelings have dissipated.

"That's what, three months ago?" Bruce said. "It's in the past.

"A lot of times it seems like yesterday, but a lot of stuff has happened since then. I'm going in there as a Ticat and leaving as a Ticat."

Spoil sports

Count Argos offensive lineman Mark DeWit as one guy who would lose no sleep over putting a dent in the Ticats' playoff hopes with a victory.

"It's always fun being a spoiler," DeWit, a Calgary native, said.

"Being a Stampeders fan growing up I used to love seeing them beat Edmonton to piss them off. I'm in this rivalry now and I would love to screw up (Hamilton's) chances."

Another Argo out

Defensive end Claude Harriott has joined offensive linemen Brian Ramsay (knee) and Jeff Keeping (shoulder) on the sideline for the rest of the season.

Andrus revealed yesterday that Harriott suffered torn knee ligaments versus Edmonton and is done. Veteran Jonathan Brown, who has yet to start since returning from a back injury six games ago, will get the nod in Harriott's place.

Flu bug

Punter/kicker Justin Medlock, who missed practice on Tuesday because of the flu, returned yesterday.


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