Bombers' Justin Goltz feels 'betrayed' by demotion

Justin Goltz says he feels

Justin Goltz says he feels "betrayed" after being demoted to the third-string quarterback, only two weeks after being named the long-term starter by the Bombers. (KEVIN KING/WINNIPEG SUN FILE PHOTO)

PAUL FRIESEN, QMI Agency

, Last Updated: 12:17 AM ET

WINNIPEG - The Winnipeg Blue Bombers returned to practice a picture of dysfunction Monday.

A new starting quarterback — the third one already this season — and new offensive consultant were easy to spot.

Who’s making the decisions is another story.

First, the decision to make Max Hall the starting quarterback for Friday’s game against Hamilton, demoting Justin Goltz to No. 3 after just two starts.

“I don’t know who made the call,” a visibly shaken Goltz said. “You ask around and nobody can give you a straight answer.


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