A pair of B.C. Lions underwent two different surgeries on Thursday, the local Canadian Football League team announced.
Quarterback Travis Lulay underwent surgery to tighten a ligament in his right shoulder – his throwing shoulder – on Thursday.
Lulay, 30, suffered a subluxation of his throwing shoulder on Sept. 15, when he took a heavy hit at the end of a rushing touchdown against Montreal.
Lulay was forced to sit out the next weeks, but returned to play in the regular season finale and then started the West semifinal.
Receiver Emmanuel Arceneaux underwent an operation repair a partially damaged ACL in his right knee, the team also announced.
Arceneaux made 51 catches for 885 yards receiving, as well as six touchdowns, this season.
The club did not offer up comment on possible recovery time for Lulay or Arceneaux.