B.C. Lions place quarterback Travis Lulay on six-game injured list

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VANCOUVER — The B.C. Lions placed quarterback Travis Lulay on the six-game injured list Friday.

He suffered a sprained knee ligament in last week’s 25-16 win over Montreal. 

Former NFL journeyman John Beck has been tabbed to make his first CFL start Sunday against the visiting Ottawa Redblacks. 

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Beck completed 14 of 22 passes for 114 yards and two touchdowns against the Alouettes after Lulay left the game midway through the first quarter. Beck also threw a pair of interceptions.

Lulay also missed most of the 2014 campaign with a shoulder injury.

Also Friday, the Lions added quarterback Greg McGhee to the 46-man roster and added quarterback R.J. Archer to the practice roster.

The Canadian Press

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