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Toronto Argonauts quaterback Ricky Ray looks on as his team plays the Hamilton Tiger-Cats during the second half of their CFL game in Hamilton, September 5, 2016. (MARK BLINCH/REUTERS)
Toronto Argonauts quaterback Ricky Ray looks on as his team plays the Hamilton Tiger-Cats during the second half of their CFL game in Hamilton, September 5, 2016. (MARK BLINCH/REUTERS)

Ricky Ray misses Argos practice because of upper-body injury Add to ...

Toronto Argonauts quarterback Ricky Ray’s status for this weekend’s game against Hamilton is uncertain because of an injury that prevented him from participating in Thursday’s practice.

Head coach Scott Milanovich said Ray “is very sore” with an upper-body injury, but did not provide further details.

A team official later said Milanovich was expected to address Ray’s injury situation on Friday after practice.

It’s unknown when Ray suffered the injury. He went the distance in Monday night’s 49-36 road loss to the Hamilton Tiger-Cats.

Ray has battled injury problems over the past few seasons. He missed most of the 2015 campaign while recovering from off-season shoulder surgery.

Ray began this season as Toronto’s starter but missed three games with a knee injury.

The 4-6 Argonauts will entertain the 5-5 Tiger-Cats on Sunday at BMO Field.

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