THE CANADIAN PRESS
VANCOUVER -- Solomon Elimimian is glad to be back with the B.C. Lions, but how long he stays still remains to be seen.
The middle linebacker met reporters for the first time since returning to the CFL club this week after trying his luck down south
"I look at the positives of things," he said Saturday. "That (NFL experience) is in the past, and right now the present is to play for the B.C. Lions. Whatever that (role) is, I'll do the best I can."
Elimimian, the CFL's rookie of the year in 2010 and a league all-star last season, signed with Minnesota in the off-season but was cut in the pre-season and later joined Cleveland's practice roster but was quickly released.
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