TORONTO — The Montreal Alouettes and Edmonton Elks have filed their final injury reports ahead of their game on Thursday.
The Elks will be without quarterback Tre Ford (shoulder), defensive back Nafees Lyon (shoulder), offensive lineman Cole Nelson (hand), defensive lineman Chrstian Rector (elbow) and linebacker Brady Sheldon this week.
Quarterback/receiver Kai Locksley (shoulder) will be available for the Elks, while Taylor Cornelius has been tabbed to make his first start of the season in the wake of Ford’s injury.
Duron Carter (ankle) is listed as available and could make his Elks debut in Montreal.
Als’ linebacker Chris Ackie (ankle) will not suit up against Edmonton. Defensive lineman Avery Ellis (ankle) and defensive back Adarius Pickett (ankle) are both questionable to face the Elks.