Ryan Raftis joined the Saskatchewan Roughriders as the Head Athletic Therapist in February of 2017. From 2015 to 2017, Raftis was the Assistant Athletic Therapist with the B.C. Lions. He received a Bachelor of Applied Health Sciences in Athletic Therapy from Sheridan College and hails from Guelph, Ontario.
Trevor Len is entering his 12th year as an athletic therapist with the Saskatchewan Roughriders after first attending Roughrider Training Camp as a student in 2007. Len earned Undergraduate and Master’s degree from the University of Regina and an Advanced Certificate in Athletic Therapy from Mount Royal University. He was born in Regina and grew up in Kelvington. Len and his wife Suzanne have two children, Benson and Afton.
Jason Purpur is in his second season with the Saskatchewan Roughriders after first joining the team for the 2018 season. Purpur is from Kamloops, B.C., and received a Bachelor of Kinesiology from University of British Columbia – Okanagan in 2016. He graduated from the Mount Royal Athletic Therapy program in 2018.