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May 29, 2016

Riders Transaction- May 29th

The Saskatchewan Roughriders have made the following transactions:

 

Add to the Roster
National offensive lineman Kadeem Adams (6.04 – 290 – Western)

National defensive back Troy Adams (5.10 – 175 – Northeastern)

National defensive back Joel Brtka (5.11 – 175 – Burlington Jr.)

International wide receiver Marquez Clark (5.11 – 190 – Central Oklahoma)

International wide receiver Ricky Collins (6.00 – 198 – Texas A&M-Commerce)

International offensive lineman Will Corbin (6.06 – 305 – Appalachian State)

International defensive back Justin Cox (6.00 – 187 – Mississippi State)

International defensive back Johnnie Dixon (5.11 – 194 – Pearl River)

International offensive lineman Kennedy Estelle (6.06 – 290 – West Alabama)

International defensive back Kentrell Everett (6.02 – 190 – Western New Mexico)

International defensive back Qudarius Ford (5.08 – 170 – South Alabama)

National fullback Marvin Golding (6.01 – 235 – Saint Mary’s)

National linebacker Dillon Grondin (6.00 – 230 – Windsor Jr.)

International quarterback Jacob Huesman (6’2 – 228 – Tennessee-Chattanooga)

National wide receiver Kyle Kawamoto (6.00 – 180 – Okanagan Jr.)

National defensive lineman Kalonji Kashama (6.04 – 259 – Eastern Michigan)

International defensive lineman A.C. Leonard (6.02 – 250 – Tennessee State)

National wide receiver Randy Roseway (6.00 – 180 – St. Francis Xavier)

International defensive back Rollins Stallworth (6.04 – 210 – Stanford)

International defensive lineman Ino Vitale (6.05 – 305 – Southwest Baptist)

International defensive back Xavier Walker (6.03 – 208 – Middle Tennessee)

 

Delete from Roster
International wide receiver Etauj Allen

International linebacker Curtis Brown

International defensive back Victor Dean Jr.

International offensive lineman Kamalie Matthews

International wide receiver Devrin Young

 

Move to Retired List

International defensive back David Barks

National defensive lineman Rory Connop

International wide receiver Armanti Edwards

International offensive lineman Darryl Johnson