The Edmonton Eskimos have transferred quarterback Trevor Harris to the six-game injured list.
The Eskimos (6-7) are in the midst of a four-game losing streak and have a critical game on tap on Saturday against the Ottawa Redblacks (3-10) that have plenty of playoff implications.
“Every week gives you a little different motivation, but this week we know what’s in store for us if we win this game and it’s a motivating factor for sure,” Eskimos head coach Jason Maas said, according to TSN.
Harris will miss his second straight game, and Maas said that there is no timetable for his return.
In his place, Logan Kilgore will look to keep the team on the playoff track.
“I think the best part about that performance being down 21-0 was Logan didn’t press, he didn’t try being anything different, he just kept playing and things started to go our way,” said Maas. “That was a big thing for him. He just stayed even keel, there was no panic.”
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