Realty One

Tuesday, May 30, 2017


(Photo by Montreal Gazette's Herb Zurkowsky)

Quarterback Darian Durant left Montreal Alouettes practice on Tuesday with an apparent leg injury reported RDS and the Montreal Gazette.

Durant left after apparently injuring his left knee, and did not return.

The Alouettes acquired the veteran Durant from the Saskatchewan Roughriders this offseason to be their team's starting quarterback.

Vernon Adams Jr, Jacory Harris, Matthew Shiltz, and Derek Wendel are the other QBs on the Alouettes roster.

*On Tuesday evening Als coach Jacques Chapdelaine told the Gazette that he's "cautiously optimistic" that Durant's injury isn't serious. The Alouettes subsequently Tweeted that Durant's status is day-to-day.

(With files from


Anonymous said...

Speedy recovery, but I think Adams Jr., is the future of this team.

Anonymous said...


Start of what is to become true, cut, released, gonzo!

Billy Reed

Anonymous said...

I'm other news - Dyakowski "not" the smartest man in Canada, I am.

Rod's uncle, Uncle Grumpy

Anonymous said...

Jones knew he was done and so did I.

Anonymous said...

Hope it's not too serious. Darian deserves to go out of the game by choice not by injury.

Anonymous said...

Good luckk Darian, hope to see you back on the field real soon!

Larry said...

The team later confirmed the quarterback’s diagnosis was ‘encouraging’.  In copy issued by the club, the Als said, “Quarterback Darian Durant suffered an injury at the end of practice. The first diagnosis is encouraging however and his status is now day-to-day.”

Anonymous said...

Knee injury, which hes never had before, and is day to day. He'll be under center on opening day against the Riders.