Mike Reilly Injury Update
(Vancouver) On Saturday evening, BC Lions quarterback Mike Reilly suffered a fractured left wrist in the first quarter of the club's game versus the Edmonton Eskimos. Reilly underwent surgery on Sunday to repair the fracture which included the insertion of a small plate held in place with six screws. Full recovery is expected to take six to eight weeks.
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