Saskatchewan Roughriders quarterback Kevin Glenn will return to the lineup Sunday against the Calgary Stampeders, head coach and general manager Chris Jones confirmed on Wednesday. 

The 38-year-old missed last week's game with a hand injury suffered against the Winnipeg Blue Bombers in the Banjo Bowl on Sept. 9.

Canadian Brandon Bridge came in and did a solid job, throwing for 231 yards with three touchdowns in a 27-19 win against the Hamilton Tiger-Cats. 

Glenn has thrown for 2,057 yards with 21 touchdowns and 10 interceptions over 10 games this season with the Riders.

In other Roughriders roster news, OL Brendon LaBatte and LB Otha Foster were practising despite getting injured in Hamilton, according to CTV's Lee Jones. WR Duron Carter was on field but limited with a sprained ankle. Jones thinks Carter will be able to play. Returner Marcus Thigpen is a question mark.

Saskatchewan holds a 6-5 record, good enough for fourth in the West Division.