Argos No. 1 quarterback is Ray OK

Ricky Ray's left knee is not badly injured and he could be in the lineup when the Argos face the...

Ricky Ray's left knee is not badly injured and he could be in the lineup when the Argos face the B.C. Lions at home on Tuesday. (ERNEST DOROSZUK/QMI Agency)

TERRY KOSHAN, QMI Agency

, Last Updated: 9:40 PM ET

TORONTO - Ricky Ray is going to be fine.

Chad Kackert will be too, but it’s going to take him a lot longer to get there than Ray.

Argonauts head coach Scott Milanovich revealed on Tuesday that Ray, his No. 1

quarterback, is day to day with a left knee injury while Kackert, his No. 1 running back, could be out up to six weeks with a right knee injury.

Both players were hurt in the Argos’ 35-19 victory in Winnipeg against the Blue Bombers last Friday.

Kackert was placed on the one-game injured list.

“Chad is going to be a little longer,” Milanovich said following a brief practice in Mississauga, after which players were not made available for interviews.

“We are anticipating 4-6 weeks as an estimate. That can go either way, as he is still seeing doctors too, but that one is a little bit worse (than Ray).”


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