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04/28/2015 18:35 EDT | Updated 06/28/2015 01:12 EDT

Lions QB Lulay 'learning how to fall' in hopes of keeping shoulder healthy

VANCOUVER - Travis Lulay is learning how to fall.After a frustrating 2014 that saw the B.C. Lions' quarterback re-injure his surgically repaired right shoulder in his only start of the season, Lulay is taking a unique approach in his continued rehabilitation.The 31-year-old spent part of the off-season "teaching my brain that it's OK to fall" and to do it the "right way" in a series of drills using bags and mats.Lulay has also been simulating game situations with new head coach Jeff Tedford, including pump fakes, throwing on the run and releasing the ball at different arm angles.The Lions are holding a three-day minicamp this week for the offence and Lulay has looked comfortable under centre.He said he hopes to be ready for training camp, which beings May 31.