Kevin Finneran is scheduled to be in Toronto this week for an upcoming Rock practice to meet the team it looks likely he'll be playing for. Finneran, who a few weeks ago told media that he was swaying between Toronto and New York for his next destination in the NLL, will be in Toronto sometime this week to meet with the Rock coaching staff and the rest of the team during a team practice that is scheduled for Tuesday night at Hamilton's Copps Coliseum. The only thing that seems to be holding up the process is who will the Rock trade to Philly for Finneran's rights. With Philadelphia's youth push this year it is likely GM Marty O'Neill is interested in one of the Rock's young up-and-comers, but who it could be, no one knows. A draft pick is also a strong possibility as being part of the deal. During last night's scrimmages at Copps Coliseum Rock forward Ken Millen went down hard during the team's 40 minute tilt against Albany and left the floor favoring his right leg. Millen missed time last year with a knee injury on his left side. It is unknown how severe the injury is but Millen was up on his feet the rest of the night working the bench for the Rock and seemed ok. Seems you guys are losing players all over the place, now makes the signing of Finn a bigger deal, and trading Stroup far more imperative than letting him stay home for the season. Any word on why Merrill was a no show for the scrum against Albany?