We could relay this one every day of training camp but the battle for the backup QB spot should prove most interesting. Brad Banks, Ryan Dinwiddie, Justin Holland and Matt Bohnet are all hoping to at least be No. 2 behind QB Kevin Glenn.
Banks came here in the Ottawa dispersal draft while Dinwiddie answered an SOS last year. Neither of the other two have any CFL experience.
"(All four) were up and down (yesterday)," Bomber head coach Doug Berry said. "If one had a good first practice, he didn't do so well in the second, and vice-versa.
"It's a situation where you don't want to have to make a decision too early, especially when it's close. You want somebody to step up and say, 'I'm the guy,' or at least, 'I'm not the guy' ... Until we get some consistency from the No. 2, 3, 4 quarterback, we're not going to feel comfortable about it."