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Riders expand practice roster

The latest news out of Riderville before heading over to cover today’s closed practice.

The Saskatchewan Roughriders have added international receiver Marcus Davis, international quarterback Hutson Mason, international running back Chad Spann, and international linebacker Jonathan Willard to the practice roster. 286 more words

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Texans Sign RB Chad Spann

Houston (CBS Houston)– The Houston Texans announced that have signed RB Chad Spann to their practice squad.

Spann, 25, a free agent out of Northern Illinois was signed by the Indianapolis Colts as an undrafted free agent in 2011. 100 more words


Jets Cornerback Berry Placed On Season-Ending IR

CORTLAND, N.Y. (CBSNewYork/AP) — The New York Jets have placed cornerback Aaron Berry on season-ending injured reserve and signed running back Chad Spann.

Berry tore the anterior cruciate ligament in a knee when he got tangled up with a wide receiver during the Jets’ first practice of training camp Friday. 229 more words


The Hard Life of an NFL Longshot

If you haven’t read Charles Siebert’s feature on his nephew, Atlanta Falcons middle linebacker Pat Schiller you need to take 30 minutes to do so. Schiller was an undrafted free agent signed by an NFL team. 129 more words

Matt Waldman

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Thank You 

If you’re a new visitor to the Rookie Scouting Portfolio, thank you for checking it out. Friday is the time of the week where I post links about a variety of topics. 782 more words

Matt Waldman

Steelers Cut Two From Roster

PITTSBURGH (93-7 The FAN) — The Pittsburgh Steelers cut two players from their off-season roster Wednesday: running back Chad Spann and cornerback Antonio Smith.

Spann was signed to the practice squad in December and eventually made his way on to the active roster. 31 more words


Chad Spann: Post Rookie Debriefing

Chad Spann is a reserve running back for the Pittsburgh Steelers after stops with the Colts and Buccaneers. I have interviewed Spann multiple times since this time last year. 2,048 more words

Matt Waldman