B.C. Lions quarterback Travis Lulay leaves the field prior to a news conference at the Lions Surrey practice facility in Surrey

Lions take step one to bringing Lulay back

B.C. Lions take the first step to see if Travis Lulay can return for playoffs

By The Canadian Press

VANCOUVER – The B.C. Lions have taken the first step towards discovering whether there is any chance injured quarterback Travis Lulay will return for the playoffs.

They placed him on the club’s 46-man roster Monday, making him eligible to practice this week.

The Lions take on the Montreal Alouettes in the Eastern semifinal on Sunday.

Coach Mike Benevides has said whether Lulay plays or not depends on how he performs in practice, but it’s a longshot and Kevin Glenn is the likely starter.

Lulay hurt his shoulder Sept. 5, his first start in almost a year after returning from a shoulder injury that sidelined him in 2013.

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