The Toronto Argonauts said on Monday that slotback Andre Durie has a broken clavicle and will miss six weeks of action.
The team also said that linebacker Shea Emry has a concussion and is day-to-day. He could play this weekend against the Calgary Stampeders.
Both Durie and Emry left Saturday's 48-15 victory over the Saskatchewan Roughriders with their injuries.
With Durie out it means Anthony Coombs will likely get an opportunity as a starting slotback/running back for Toronto.
The Argos announced earlier in the day that they acquired cornerback Dwight Anderson from the Roughriders in exchange for a conditional 2015 draft pick.