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Calgary Stampeders quarterback Drew Tate grabs his left arm as he is attended to by trainers after being injured during the first half of their CFL game against the Toronto Argonauts in Toronto July 7, 2012. (MIKE CASSESE/REUTERS)
Calgary Stampeders quarterback Drew Tate grabs his left arm as he is attended to by trainers after being injured during the first half of their CFL game against the Toronto Argonauts in Toronto July 7, 2012. (MIKE CASSESE/REUTERS)

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Stampeders quarterback Tate to miss five or six weeks with shoulder injury Add to ...

The Calgary Stampeders expect to be without starting quarterback Drew Tate for more than a month.

Coach John Hufnagel estimates that Tate will be out for five or six weeks with a left shoulder injury.

He said Tate had an MRI exam on the shoulder and is getting an opinion from a second doctor before a definitive diagnosis is made.

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Tate was injured during a 39-26 loss in Toronto on Saturday.

Veteran Kevin Glenn will take over and will start against the Alouettes in Montreal on Thursday night.

The Stampeders acquired Glenn in an off-season trade that sent Henry Burris to the Hamilton Tiger-Cats.

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