Argos battling more injuries after win over Winnipeg

Argos receiver Maurice Mann is listed as doubtful for Sunday's visit by the Lions. (Ernest...

Argos receiver Maurice Mann is listed as doubtful for Sunday's visit by the Lions. (Ernest Doroszuk/QMI Agency/Files)

FRANK ZICARELLI, QMI Agency

, Last Updated: 4:46 PM ET

TORONTO - The injuries continue to mount for the Argos.

Not surprisingly, head coach Scott Milanovich has lost count of the walking wounded, a list that grew by two following Tuesday night's 38-21 win over visiting Winnipeg on an evening when the Argos outscored their opponent 17-0 in the decisive fourth quarter.

On Wednesday, Milanovich announced that receiver Mo Mann, who has been the man since his return last month, suffered a hamstring injury.

Milanovich revealed further tests on Mann were scheduled later in the day, but during his availability the head coach admitted Mann's status has been listed as doubtful for Sunday's visit by B.C.

Steve Slaton, according to the head coach, suffered a stinger.

“He may not be available (for Sunday's game),” said Milanovich.

The ground game became a point of emphasis against the Bombers, who were exposed last week in a pound-it-out battle against Saskatchewan.


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