Not good news
Stampeder in hospital
Was stabbed at KISS concert
By IAN BUSBY, SUN MEDIA
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Teyo Johnson will miss Sunday's playoff game after he was stabbed on Thursday night. (Sun Media/Stuart Dryden)
Two days before a playoff game, Calgary Stampeders fullback Teyo Johnson is in hospital recovering from knife wounds.
According to head coach John Hufnagel, Johnson sustained the injuries while out at a concert Thursday night.
Hufnagel spoke with the second-year Stampeder Friday morning and revealed the news to the media after practice.
“I’m a little bit sketchy about the details but what I know is he was a concert, he received a knife wound and spent the night in hospital,? said Hufnagel, whose Stampeders face the Eskimos Sunday afternoon in the West semifinal at McMahon Stadium.
“He is very doubtful obviously for the football game.
“The wound is not serious. It didn’t hit any vital organs. That’s what I know.
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