August 1, 2022

Stampeders, REDBLACKS Injury Report: Carey questionable for Friday

Dave Chidley/

TORONTO — The Calgary Stampeders have shared their final injury reports ahead of their game on Friday at TD Place.

The Stamps were without running back Ka’Deem Carey (hamstring) for the final day of practice and he has been listed as questionable for Friday. Offensive lineman Sean McEwen (ankle), defensive back Tre Roberson (knee) and receiver Luther Hakunavanhu (hamstring) have all been ruled out for Friday as well.

In Ottawa, the REDBLACKS were without receiver RJ Harris (hip), defensive backs Justin Howell (shoulder) and  Douglas Coleman (hamstring) for a second day, they have been ruled out for Friday’s matchup. Defensive backs Randall Evans (illness), Money Hunter (knee) and Hakeem Bailey (quadricep) have all been listed as questionable for Week 9.

Quarterback Nick Arbuckle (illness) was a full participant for a second day, but has also been designated questionable for Ottawa’s game against Calgary.

Player Name Position Injury MON TUE WED Game Status
Stefen Banks DL Healthy Scratch Full Full Full
Ka’Deem Carey RB Hamstring DNP DNP DNP Questionable
Brandon Dozier DB Calf Full Full Full
Luther Hakunavanhu WR Hamstring Limited DNP DNP Out
Sean McEwen OL Ankle DNP DNP DNP Out
Charlie Moore LB Illness Full Full Full
Tre Roberson DB Knee DNP DNP DNP Out
Demetri Royer DB Hamstring Limited Limited Limited Out
Richie Sindani WR Hamstring Full Full Full
Josiah Schakel LB Back Limited Limited Limited Questionable
Hugh Thornton OL Healthy Scratch Full Full Full


Player Name Position Injury TUE WED Game Status
Douglas Coleman DB Hamstring DNP DNP Out
Justin Howell DB Shoulder DNP DNP Out
Monshadrik Hunter DB Knee Limited Full Questionable
Hakeem Bailey DB Quadricep Limited Full Questionable
Randall Evans DB Illness DNP DNP Questionable
Nick Arbuckle QB Illness Full Full Questionable
Patrick Nelson LB Healthy Scratch Full Full Questionable
Zack Pelehos OL Healthy Scratch Full Full Questionable
RJ Harris WR Hip DNP DNP Out


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