Quarterback Anthony Calvillo, who left the Montreal Alouettes 27-24 loss to the Saskatchewan Roughriders on Sunday with an eye injury, said that vision in the eye was still blurry after the game.
Calvillo said that he couldn't see out of his right eye after getting up from a Darius Romero hit that chased him from the game in the second quarter.
The all-star QB wasn't sure what caused the injury, and didn't think that he got poked in the eye.
The Alouettes said that they will see how his injury progresses throughout the week before making a decision on his status for Friday's game in Hamilton.
Calvillo said that despite the short week, the plan is for him to play against the Tiger-Cats, but he did add that his main concern is that his eye is completely healthy before suiting up again.