Drew Tate’s last pass of the 2012 Canadian Football League season was a 68-yard, game-winning touchdown toss in a playoff.
On Thursday, his Calgary Stampeders announced Tate suffered a previously undiagnosed fracture in his right forearm that will prevent him from further competition in the playoffs, which continue with Calgary playing the B.C. Lions Sunday in the Western Conference’s final.
The former Iowa quarterback missed almost all of the 2012 regular-season with a dislocated shoulder before returning for a little action late in the regular-season and then getting his second career playoff start.
“It seems 2012 just wasn’t my year,” Tate said.
Tough game, football. Even in Canada.
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