Saturday, February 7, 2009

Champions sign "Joystick" Logan of the CFL

Stefan Logan was the running back for the CFL's B.C. Lions last season, when they finished the season 4 and 14. The B.C. Lions have great talent, but didn't have a good season and they are losing players to the NFL. Stefan Logan signed with the champion Pittsburgh Steelers this Thursday, according to the Vancouver Sun.

Logan is about 5'7'' and 185 lbs. Last year, he was the CFL's most exciting player, averaging a outstanding 7. 3 ypc. He is too small to play as a 2 or 3 down back, but will be a Dante Hall like returner and maybe a 3rd down back. He was born in Miami, Florida and played his college ball at South Dakota. He was a udrafted free agent and was signed by the Miami Dolphins, but didn't see playing time before he got cut. He then went to the CFl where he played a season for the BC Lions. I think the Steelers' special teams needs to be improved and this was a good choice by Mike Tomlin and the front office.

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