Saskatchewan Roughriders quarterback Darian Durant will receive treatment over the next two days for an injury to his right hand suffered in Sunday's win over the B.C. Lions.
He will be re-evaluated for the first practice day of the week on Wednesday.
Durant played the entire first half of the Roughriders' 20-16 comeback victory over the Lions at B.C. Place before being replaced in the third quarter by backup Tino Sunseri.
The nine-year veteran completed nine of 15 passes for 104 yards through two quarters, but watched the rest of the game from the bench with a brace on his throwing hand.