_News Talk 770
The Calgary Stampeders will play the rest of the 2012 season without starting quarterback Drew Tate. He will undergo surgery to repair damagae to his left, non-throwing shoulder. Tate admits he is frustrated but now turns his attention to rehabilitating the shoulder. Tate says he's "trying to not get worked up about it" because the situation is out of his hands.
The injury to Tate means Kevin Glenn is the starter. The Stamps next game is Thursday against Saskatchewan at McMahon Stadium.