B.C. Lions quarterback Travis Lulay had an MRI on his throwing shoulder Thursday morning and the team says he will play Friday's game against the Eskimos, unless tests results say otherwise.
Lulay worked with the starters briefly at practice Wednesday. He later admitted that a hit he took from Hamilton Tiger-Cats defensive lineman Jermaine McElveen in the second quarter of Week 16 was worse than he first thought.
Head coach Mike Benevides expects last season's most outstanding player will make the start on Friday.
Backup Mike Reilly and third-stringer Thomas DeMarco wait in the wing.
Hope he is alright. You would think they would give him some rest for next week against the Stamps...though I guess if they win this week they can rest him against the Stamps.