The Saskatchewan Roughriders have rereleased global strolling Tre Mason, and the team introduced it on Friday.
Mason saw action in 18 ordinary season games with the Roughriders in 2018, playing a rotational function in Saskatchewan’s backfield. The 25-year-antique accrued 809 yards and a touchdown on 160 consists and also caught 21 passes for 103 yards. The five-foot-nine, 209-pounder additionally brought 4 kick returns for 58 yards.
International linebacker Paul Dawson and global receiver wide receiver Doug McNeill have also been released.
The team brought 3 gamers and signed worldwide protecting lineman Jeremy Faulk, international protective lower back Davon Jernigan, and countrywide defensive lower back Jacob Dearborn.
Faulk (6’2 – 305lbs) involves the Roughriders after a stint with the now-defunct Alliance of American Football. Before that, the protective lineman frolicked with the New York Jets and the Cleveland Browns. Faulk performed university ball at Garden City Community College incomes shielding player of the yr honors in 2015. In his final season, he completed with seventy-five tackles, six quarterback sacks, and compelled fumbles.
Jernigan (6’0 – 208lbs) spent the final four seasons at Lamar University playing 42 professional games. In his senior 12 months, he played 12 video games together with 8 starts and led the group with 111 tackles, seventy-eight of which had been unassisted. He additionally picked up a sack, five tackles for a loss, broke up eleven passes, nabbed 4 interceptions, and returned one for landing. For his efforts, Jernigan changed into named First-Team All-Southland Conference and Third Team AP All-American.
Dearborn (6’3 – 201lbs) joins the Roughriders after 3 seasons with Carleton University. Last season with the Ravens, he played 8 games, earning eight tackles, a sack, a fumble recovery, two knockdowns, and an interception.
Dearborn changed into a standout at the CFL’s Eastern Regional Combine setting first normal in the vertical bounce (forty-one inches) and primary within the extensive bounce with an 11’1” leap that not handiest earned him his spot at the National CFL Combine but set the best-ever combine report. At the national occasion, he topped himself, hitting forty-two inches within the vertical bounce.