After back to back home losses, the Hamilton Tiger-Cats finally have some positive news.
Ticats quarterback Zach Collaros have been removed from the six-game injured and took part in Monday’s practice.
Collaros has been shelved since September 19, 2015 after tearing the ACL in his right knee against Edmonton.
He was considered by many to be the frontrunner for Most Outstanding Player before the injury.
Collaros, 27, started 12 regular season games in 2015, completing 252 of 359 passing attempts (70.2 per cent) and posting career highs in passing yards (3,376) yards and touchdowns (25), while rushing 28 times for 164 yards and one touchdown.
He set the Tiger-Cats franchise record for completion percentage in a single season.
Jeremiah Masoli is still taking first team reps for Hamilton.
The former Oregon Duck has lead the ‘Cats to a 1-2 record this season in Collaros’ place.
Masoli has completed 71% of his passes for 933 yards, five touchdowns and four interceptions.
Masoli turned the ball over five times in a 28-24 week 3 loss to Winnipeg.