MONTREAL – The Alouettes announced on Monday that Scott Flory’s MRI results from earlier in the day show a complete bicep tear, and that the veteran guard will be out for the remainder of the season.
“As expected, the results of the MRI are not what we wanted to hear, but are what our medical team suspected,” explained Alouettes General Manager Jim Popp.
“Injuries are a part of sports and unfortunately, Scott sustained a fluke one. Scott has been an institution at right guard for our team and the CFL. He will be missed on the playing field, but not forgotten. Scott can possibly undergo surgery as soon as Thursday. We wish him and his family a speedy recovery and hope that Scott will return to the locker room and sidelines once he feels better, and continue his leadership role on the offensive line.”