REGINA -- The Saskatchewan Roughriders announced today non-import long snapper Cory Huclack has re-signed with the team. Financial details of the contract were not released.
Huclack was eligible to enter free agency February 15th before re-signing with the Riders. In 2012, the 28-year old appeared in all 18 regular season games and the West Semi-Final as long snapper and back-up linebacker. He finished the regular season with six special teams tackles and one fumble recovery while adding one special teams tackle in the playoffs.
The Winnipeg, MB native will be entering his seventh CFL season and fourth with the Riders. Huclack entered the league in 2007 with the Montreal Alouettes where he spent three seasons, winning the Grey Cup in 2009.