MONTREAL - The Montreal Alouettes will be without defensive tackle Ventrelle Jenkins and possibly defensive back Seth Wiliams when they face the Tiger-Cats in Hamilton on Friday night.
Coach Marc Trestman said Tuesday that Jenkins has a bruised knee and will be out one or two weeks and that Williams is doubtful to play due to a concussion.
Both were hurt in Montreal's 31-10 win over Toronto on Sunday.
They already have a replacement for Williams as veteran Billy Parker is set to return from an injury. Trestman said newcomer Scooter Berry and possibly Chima Ihekwoaba would be dressed to play the defensive line.
He said linebacker Kenny Ingram and defensive end John Bowman, who were banged up in the game, were fine and will play.
The Alouettes spent the day in meetings to prepare for the Ticats and one message had to do with kick returner Trent Guy and running back Victor Anderson. Each scored a pair of touchdowns against Toronto.
Guy was named CFL special teams player of the week for his team-record 129-yard touchdown on a missed field goal return, while Anderson shone as the starting tailback replacing injured star Brandon Whitaker.
''I told the players in this game we had four touchdowns scored by guys who were not even a gleam in our eye at the start of the season,'' said Trestman. ''That's a great lesson for any young player.
''We have guys on our practice squad and our reserve that may think they're out of the loop but they're not. They have to be ready because in a moment, they'll be on the field helping us.''
Guy scored Montreal's first return TD of the season and got another on a pass.
''That's a big honour,'' he said. ''I'm not going to get complacent. I'll continue to try to be successful and try to help the team win.''