Zach Collaros returned to Tiger-Cats practice today after missing the last two games with a concussion.
The quarterback remains in the concussion protocol, but could be cleared to play as early as tomorrow if there aren’t any setbacks.
Collaros says aside from the concussion, “there was another issue going on too that was related to it and causing some pain,” adding it was similar to the concussion he suffered during the 2014 season.
Head coach Kent Austin says Collaros will start on Friday against Edmonton if he is fit to do so.
Hamilton is one point behind Ottawa for top spot in the East Division with two games left in the regular season.
The Ticats, who have already clinch a home playoff game, will wrap up their campaign against Montreal on November 5.
The Redblacks end the regular season with a home-and-home series against Winnipeg.