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Canadian offensive lineman Braden Schram returns to Roughriders

REGINA — The Saskatchewan Roughriders have re-signed Canadian offensive lineman Braden Schram.

The six-foot-four, 312-pound native of Manning, Alta., returns for his third season with the Roughriders.

Schram played 10 games last season for Saskatchewan.

The University of Calgary product was originally a second-round pick (13th) overall by the Hamilton Tiger-Cats in the 2017 CFL draft.

 

TICATS SIGN NINE

The Hamilton Tiger-Cats have signed nine Americans — wide receivers Justin Sumpter and Nehari Crawford, defensive tackles Eddy Wilson II, Johnny Robinson and Quindarius Thagard, defensive backs Maurice Carnell IV and Josh Lewis, defensive end Yurick Bethune and linebacker Anthony Wint.

Sumpter and Wilson each appeared in two games with the Ticats last year, while Carnell was in one game with Hamilton.

 

 

The Canadian Press