SPOKANE -- After missing last week's game with a concussion, the Spokane Shock cleared quarterback Erik Meyer to play this week against Arizona.
The big question is...will he start?
Shock head coach Rob Keefe told us on Tuesday that it's a three-way battle between Meyer, Kyle Rowley, and Bill Stull for Spokane's starting role versus the Rattlers on Saturday.
Rowley started last week's game, leading the Shock to a 75-54 win against New Orleans. The two weeks before that, Meyer guided Spokane to back-to-back victories versus Chicago and Philadelphia.
As for Stull, he started one game for Spokane this season (against Dallas on May 14th) but he injured his knee in that contest. He was placed on Injured Reserve and hasn't seen the field since.
Keefe says he'll likely make his decision on Thursday.
Stay tuned to KREM 2 News and KREM.com for the latest on the Shock quarterback battle.