Argonauts have faith in Zach Collaros to lead them

It still isn't known the extent of Argonauts QB Ricky Ray's injury. (Michael Peake/Toronto Sun)

It still isn't known the extent of Argonauts QB Ricky Ray's injury. (Michael Peake/Toronto Sun)

BILL LANKHOF, QMI Agency

, Last Updated: 5:44 PM ET

So, the question in the hours after Black Friday is this: The CFL being a quarterback-driven league, who is going to drive the Toronto Argonauts?

Ricky Ray, embarking on one of the most remarkable seasons in CFL lore is, seemingly instead, gone for an indeterminate time.

Unless he has undiscovered, ambidextrous qualities, having his shoulder driven into the turf by a 250-pound charging bull named Charleston Hughes, has pulled the shades on what could have been a season for the ages.

How serious is the shoulder injury?

The Argonauts either don’t know, or aren’t saying, or maybe a little of both. Some people might believe fans deserve to be enlighted but, sadly, that does not appear to be the intent. After Friday’s 35-14 loss, the team announced there would be no media availability until Thursday.

 


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