Argos are ready for rehearsal in Winnipeg

Argos star quarterback Ricky Ray was one of the team's veterans that did not make the trip to...

Argos star quarterback Ricky Ray was one of the team's veterans that did not make the trip to Winnipeg. (ERNEST DOROSZUK/Toronto Sun)

FRANK ZICARELLI, QMI Agency

, Last Updated: 11:26 PM ET

The Argos will help the host Blue Bombers anoint their new digs on Wednesday night, a long-awaited football home that will become quite familiar for Toronto this season.

For the Argos, their visit to Investors Group Field marks the first of three appearances, perhaps as many as four if the two teams happen to meet in the post-season.

The goal is the playoffs, a season-long process that doesn’t officially begin until June 28, the date the Argos will welcome the Ticats as Toronto ushers in the regular season.

But jobs will be secured and positional needs made much more clear beginning on Wednesday.

The only guarantee in Argoland is that Ricky Ray will start at quarterback.

Outside of Ray, virtually every player can be had for the right place if such a scenario makes the Argos a better team.

In three-down football, the quarterback position is head and shoulders the most important area that must be clarified and solidified.


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