Stamps QB Drew Tate to miss 2-3 weeks with arm injury

Calgary quarterback Drew Tate will be sidelined for at least another two to three weeks with an arm injury, according to coach John Hufnagel.

Quarterback hasn't played since July 5

Calgary Stampeders quarterback Drew Tate during a game against the B.C. Lions in Calgary, Alta., Friday, June 28, 2013. (Jeff McIntosh/The Canadian Press)

Calgary quarterback Drew Tate will be sidelined for at least another two to three weeks with an arm injury, according to coach John Hufnagel.

Tate hasn't played since the fourth quarter of a loss to the Saskatchewan Roughriders on July 5.

Calgary's No. 1 quarterback suffered a setback after throwing the ball in practice earlier this week.

Hufnagel compared Tate's injury to tennis elbow and said his quarterback was experiencing pain in soft tissue near the elbow of his throwing arm.

Kevin Glenn will be Calgary's starting quarterback in Friday's rematch with the Roughriders.