Porter says he’s here to help Burris, and to help the Ticats win, taking some pressure off Burris by noticing certain things on the playing field this season — “I think I’ve done a good job and I’m proud of that? — but concedes he’s also casting his eyes toward a future that is rapidly approaching.
The Edmonton Eskimos, whom the Ticats visit Friday night, are also thinking “future? when it comes to quarterback and you’d think they’d have serious interest in Porter this winter. Winnipeg, too, should the Bombers decide Buck Pierce is unavailable far too often for a designated starter.
“It’s my livelihood, you have to look ahead,? Porter says. “I do have ideas of different things, like everyone has. When the time comes, I’ll have to make that decision, but right now it could be anywhere.?
“When I think of how many people have come and gone since I’ve been here, it blows my mind,? Porter says.[url=http://www.thespec.com/sports/ticats/article/812270--another-season-with-the-ticats-seems-unlikely-for-porter]http://www.thespec.com/sports/ticats/ar ... for-porter[/url]
Next year, he could easily be one of them.