It appears that Kenton Keith would have no difficulty at all cracking the BC lineup. My only regret
is that he is no longer a Ticat, but in retrospect, the Cats were right not to play him following his
injury. With his high salary, as you pointed out, they couldn't take the risk of aggravating the
physical damage he'd already acquired.
Funny how things work out sometimes, Ron. One of my greatest disappointments with a Ticat injury
was Matt Dunnigan's concussion which ended his career. Like most Hamilton fans, I was anticipating
a Grey Cup with him leading the team.
There have been many other career ending injuries, of course, but Matt's really bothered me.
I have been absent for some time. Its nice to connect with you again.
Just as many examples of the opposite.
How many players have we got from BC that nobody wanted and ended up being starters here at or near base salary ? hell, one of them ended up being an MODP . Ditto Dave Stalla, Kevin Glenn.