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Saskatchewan Roughriders quarterback Darian Durant is not on the 46-man roster and will not play in the regular season finale ag

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Saskatchewan Roughriders quarterback Darian Durant is not on the 46-man roster and will not play in the regular season finale against the Edmonton Eskimos on Saturday. Hampus Lindholm Jersey . The Roughriders activated Durant from the injured reserve on Wednesday in order for the veteran to participate in practice. Durant returned to practice Monday for the first time since injuring his elbow nearly two months ago. He took part in individual drills but did not participate in any team drill. Kerry Joseph is expected get the start on Saturday. The Roughriders have clinched a playoff spot but its still to be determined if they will play in the West Division Semi-Final against the Edmonton Eskimos or cross over and play in the East Division Semifinal. Logan Shaw Jersey .com) - The Golden State Warriors have started another winning streak and theyll try to pad it Tuesday night when they head to Staples Center to face the Los Angeles Lakers. Dennis Rasmussen Jersey . 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DETROIT LIONS AT CHICAGO BEARS, 1:00 PM (ET) Detroit - G Rodney Austin, WR Ryan Broyles, DT Nick Fairley, QB Kellen Moore, DT Caraun Reid, CB Mohammed Seisay, DE Larry Webster Chicago - S Chris Conte, DT Brandon Dunn, QB David Fales, K Robbie Gould, CB Terrance Mitchell, OT Michael Ola, DE Trevor Scott GREEN BAY PACKERS AT TAMPA BAY BUCCANEERS, 1:00 PM (ET) Green Bay - LB Carl Bradford, DT Bruce Gaston, C Garth Gerhart, CB Davon House, WR Jeff Janis, TE Justin Perillo, QB Scott Tolzien Tampa Bay - OT Anthony Collins, CB Isaiah Frey, WR Robert Herron, RB Mike James, WR Solomon Patton, FB/TE Evan Rodriguez, LB Lawrence Sidbury KANSAS CITY CHIEFS AT PITTSBURGH STEELERS, 1:00 PM (ET) Kansas City - WR Donnie Avery, CB Marcus Cooper, OT Laurent Duvernay-Tardif, OL Eric Kush, QB Aaron Murray, RB Charcandrick West, DT Nick Williams Pittsburgh - WR Justin Brown, DE Clifton Geathers, G Chris Hubbard, QB Landry Jones, S Troy Polamalu, TE Matt Spaeth, CB Ike Taylor MINNESOTA VIKINGS AT MIAMI DOLPHINS, 1:00 PM (ET) Minnesota - LB Anthony Barr, OT Carter Bykowski, DB Ahmad Dixon, OT Charlie Johnson, FB Zach Line, CB Shaun Prater, TE Kyle Rudolph Miami - G Nate Garner, WR Matt Hazel, S Don Jones, WR Rishard Matthews, LB Chris McCain, G Dallas Thomas, RB Daniel Thomas NEW ENGLAND PATRIOTS AT NEW YORK JETS, 1:00 PM (ET) New England - CB Kyle Arrington, RB LeGarrette Blount, OL Dan Connolly, CB Alfonzo Dennard, OT Jordan Devey, WR Julian Edelman, RB James White NY Jets - DT T.SURREY, B.C. -- Andrew Harris wants to become a dictator. Coming off a stunning loss to the Montreal Alouettes last week, the B.C. Lions running back said after Mondays practice that his team needs to impose its will on opponents to be successful. Harris also rejected the suggestion, which has been aired numerous times since Thursdays last-second setback, that the Lions offence is too predictable. "If you have confidence and everyones on the same page, even if (your opponents) know what youre doing, youre still going to be successful," he said. "Thats just the attitude that we need to have and the attitude that we have now. And, its going to change and were adapting to it. Were making those changes and (simplifying) things down. "So no matter what theyre doing to us, we should have an answer for it and just be better than them on that given play. ... Youve got to be a dictator in that situation." Harris said the Lions need to take that approach when they host the Hamilton Tiger-Cats (4-4) on Friday. He also wants to make more of an impact after playing primarily a blocking role against a blitz-happy Montreal defence that sacked quarterback Travis Lulay five times while pressuring him constantly. Harris rushed for a season-low 19 yards on just eight carries against Montreal and hopes to be more involved. "Im just looking to make an impact," he said. "It has nothing to do with if I get the ball or not. ... It just depends how the game goes. "Obviously, as a competitor, you want to get the ball in your hands and make plays. Thats definitely something I want to do. But no matter the impact or the role I have to play in any particular game, youve just got to go back there and do your job." The 19-yard output came after he rushed for just 20 in a season-opening loss to Calgary. Meanwhile, Lulay has yet to throw for 300 yards in a game, and a young receiving corps has not lived up to some lofty expectations after general manager Wally Buono unloaded veterans Geroy Simon (traded to Saskatchewan) and Arland Bruce (released and signed by Montreal.) The offensive line, riddled with injuries as it was last season, has also struggled to find cohesion. But Harris said critics of the B.C. offence do not realize how close it is to achieving more success. "Its easy for people to criticize us," he said. "Theyre not on the field. They dont understand whats going on behind closed doors and the work we put in. The thing about us is, were working hard and its just little things that are making a difference between winning and losing games. "But we are 5-3. We are busting our butts every day, and were continuing and were looking to attack more now as an offence." He chalked up his lack of attacking activity to Montreals heavy blitzes and his additional blocking duties. Nick Ritchie Jersey. "I had to pass-protect 19 or 18 plays in that game, and thats unheard of," said Harris. Lulay said the Lions hope to get the ball more often to Harris early against Hamilton while agreeing with the tailbacks contention that B.C. needs to dictate more of the offensive flow. "When youre playing too much on the up-front, you have to find a way to answer a bit better, or plant some of that stuff down and, maybe, put a little bit of fear into their defence," said Lulay. "Thats why we came up a bit short (against Montreal), I think. It was just not being able to have an answer early in that football game." Chances are the Lions will throw in a few different offensive wrinkles against the Tiger-Cats, who beat Winnipeg last weekend. Lulay said he will look to utilize Harris earlier in the game and work more screens. Harris and Lulay are not worried about becoming locked into a B.C. offensive system. Both noted that offensive co-ordinator Jacques Chapdelaine and head coach Mike Benevides welcome suggestions from players. "I definitely want input," said Benevides. "I think input matters in anything." If it were up to Harris, he would curb the extra criticism that Lulay has faced. "He gets paid the big bucks, and hes the face of the team, so thats what happens," said Harris. "But its a team effort. I see Travis. I know how hard he works. Hes the first guy here (at practice), the last guy to leave, and I know how much the game means to him and how much this team means to him." Lulays abilities to handle an increased leadership role and excel on the field at the same time have also come into question following Simon and Bruces departures. But Harris said the Lions offensive struggles are not about the system or the personnel. "Its just a matter of coming together and being a team -- and attacking," he said. It will also be about defending after the Lions allowed the Als to connect on a 57-yard pass that set up their game-winning field goal. If everyone makes one more play successfully defensive back Korey Banks said B.C. will be fine. He said, who said the onus is on the players to excel rather than anything the coaches might do system-wise, also defended the teams offence. With Simon and Bruce gone, the offensive unit just needs time to "grow." "Theyre gonna find a way," said Banks. "Thats the bottom line." Notes: Banks sat out practice after suffering a charley horse in Montreal, but said he will play against Hamilton. ... Offensive lineman Jovan Olafioye (back) also rested and also said he will play. Linebacker Anton McKenzie was absent while getting a sore hand examined by a doctor, but Benevides also expects him to be available. 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