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Updated: Wednesday, December 11, 2013 11:08 AM
Nov 21, 7:43 PM - B.C.
The BC Lions Football Club announced this afternoon that quarterback Travis Lulay and receiver Emmanuel Arceneaux have undergone successful surgeries earlier today. - Team Release
Nov 13, 12:34 PM - B.C.
Though the Lions have suggested they would push Travis Lulay towards offseason surgery, which would serve as a tightening procedure, the quarterback will first gather facts and wouldn't immediately get pushed into a move which would require at least three months of rehabilitation. - Vancouver Province
Wednesday's game will mark the return to Memphis for Gay. He was traded by the Grizzlies to the Raptors before the deadline last season and Wednesday is the first time Gay will be back in the city where he spent his first six-plus seasons. - Sun Media
Nov 10, 11:36 AM - B.C.
No sooner did the Lions Saturday begin to think more positively about their offence with the confirmation that quarterback Travis Lulay will start in today’s Western Semi-Final, the defence took a massive blow upon learning they would be without Solomon Elimimian. - Vancouver Province
Nov 8, 6:17 PM - B.C.
LB Solomon Elimimian (hamstring) didn't practice on Friday. He got a bit of work in Thursday, but that's it for the week. He and head coach Mike Benevides are "hopeful" he can start. He will not be 100%. QB Travis Lulay says he expects to start. Benevides legitimately says he hasn't made the final decision, but is leaning that way. He will have a conversation with Lulay on Saturday about the game plan and if he feels there is any hesitation, he will go with Buck Pierce. One other consideration is that Buck has had a fantastic week of practice. - TSN
Nov 6, 12:18 PM - B.C.
Traivs Lulay, who was hurt in a victory over the Montreal Alouettes on Sept. 15 and has been slowing rehabbing his throwing shoulder over the last number of weeks, sounds ready to go for the Western Semi-Final. "I'm preparing like I am going to be the starter," said Lulay, the MVP of the Lions' 2011 Grey Cup victory. "I'm hopeful that I can demonstrate that I can make all the throws I need to make and then coach (Benevides) will have a decision to make." - The Canadian Press
Nov 3, 5:56 PM - B.C.
There is no doubt Travis Lulay will still require shoulder surgery after the season. There is also no doubt coach Mike Benevides will play coy until the very end of the week as to whether Lulay or Buck Pierce will start in the playoffs. - Vancouver Province
Oct 28, 1:55 PM - B.C.
The Lions rested LB Anton McKenzie and DE Khreem Smith last Friday against the Eskimos.
Head coach Mike Benevides said he'll "ponder" whether to start Buck Pierce or Thomas DeMarco, despite Pierce's eye-opening performance against the Eskimos (three touchdown passes, one rushing TD). "We're not playing coy," he said. "I want to give ample thought to the game plan, and not do something emotionally. The team will know when we go back to practice. It won't be a secret." - Vancouver Sun
Oct 21, 2:54 PM - B.C.
Despite truly dreadful numbers turned in by the quarterback in his fifth CFL start Saturday, coach Mike Benevides strongly suggested he'll start DeMarco when the Lions play the Edmonton Eskimos on Friday. Benevides said he anticipates Travis Lulay will continue only light throwing this week, and was unable to offer any projection as to when he might return from his shoulder subluxation. - Vancouver Province
Oct 17, 2:47 PM - B.C.
The idea of playing in a game this season long passed the point of reality. It's the simple things in life that are getting the better of Angus Reid for the time being. Tired of spending most evenings stretched out on the floor at home or even having a teammate help him dress for practice, the 13-year centre with the B.C. Lions could soon get some relief. Reid met with a neurological surgeon while the club was off facing the Calgary Stampeders Friday and depending On availability there's a chance he'll undergo surgery as early as next week. - Vancouver Province
Oct 16, 1:10 PM - B.C.
With two games having gone by since the last Travis Lulay injury update, the quarterback spoke to media following practice Tuesday -- one that saw him throw the ball around afterwards. But the pivot still isn't sure when he'll be back, having missed four games with a shoulder issue, and says it's "day-to-day." "It's getting better," Lulay said, adding he could potentially practise next week. "There's no setback. The first couple times you throw it, it does get sore. "I am optimistic ... and I'm hoping that as the throwing progresses, it progresses quickly." - Sun Media