Afterwards head coach Corey Chamblin revealed they'll leave a handful of starters at home for Friday's game at Calgary.
The list includes SB/PR Weston Dressler, OG Chris Best, RB Anthony Allen and QB Darian Durant.
In the case of Durant, Chamblin said his top pivot practiced lightly on Wednesday and threw some short passes however the right elbow injured he suffered on September 7 hasn't come around to the point that he can be activated for Friday's game.
Chamblin also announced rookie RB Keith Toston will make his pro debut Friday night against the Stampeders.
Kickoff on Friday is 7:30 pm on TSN and the 620 CKRM Rider Radio Network.
CALGARY - Calgary coach John Hufnagel says star running back Jon Cornish is unlikely to play when the Stampeders host the Saskatchewan Roughriders on Friday.
In a post on the Stampeders' official Twitter account, Hufnagel says Cornish will likely miss the game "due to general soreness.''
The Stampeders (13-2) have already clinched first place in the West Division and will want to have a healthy Cornish in the post-season.
Cornish, from New Westminster, B.C., leads the league in rushing with 977 yards despite missing seven games this season to injury.
Cornish missed six contests in July and August with concussion-like symptoms and didn't play against Montreal in September with what the tam called ``nagging injuries.''
(The Canadian Press)