September 27, 2022

Alouettes, Elks Injury Reports: Usher ruled out for Sat.

The Canadian Press

TORONTO — The Montreal Alouettes and Edmonton Elks have submitted their final injury reports ahead of their matchup from Edmonton Saturday.

The Alouettes were without defensive lineman Nick Usher (knee) for a the final day of practice, both he and defensive lineman Tyrell Richards (elbow) have been ruled out ahead of Saturday. Running back William Stanback (ankle) was limited for the team’s final day of practice and will be out for Week 17.

In Edmonton, receiver Kenny Lawler (ankle) completed a full week of practice, indicating he could be set to see his first in-game action since Week 12.

Defensive lineman Tim Bonner (foot) and linebacker Nyles Morgan (groin), meanwhile, have been ruled out for Saturday’s game. Defensive back Ed Gainey (ankle) and defensive lineman Jake Ceresna (calf) participated fully and are available for Saturday.

Player Name Position Injury TUE WED THU Game Status
Nick Usher DL Knee DNP DNP DNP Out
Chris Schleuger OL Healthy Scratch Full Full Full
Michael Wakefield DL Healthy Scratch Full Full Full
Marc-Antoine Dequoy DB Healthy scratch Full Full Full
Zach Lindley DB Hip Full Full Full
William Stanback RB Ankle Limited Limited Limited Out
Tyrell Richards DL Elbow DNP DNP Out


EDMONTON ELKS Practice Day  
Player Name Position Injury TUE WED THU Game Status
Tim Bonner DL Foot DNP DNP DNP Out
Jake Ceresna DL Calf DNP Limited Full
Ed Gainey DB Ankle DNP Limited Full
Deon Lacey LB Healthy Scratch Full Full Full
Kenny Lawler WR Ankle Full Full Full
Kai Locksley WR Shoulder Limited Limited Limited
Keisean Lucier-South DL Hamstring Limited DNP DNP Out
Nyles Morgan LB Groin DNP DNP DNP Out
Jordan Reaves LB Healthy Scratch Full Full Full
Malik Tyne DL Healthy Scratch Full Full Full
Tre Watson LB Knee Full Full Full


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