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Roughriders LB Huclack retires from CFL after seven seasons

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TSN.ca Staff
5/20/2014 12:19:04 PM
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The Saskatchewan Roughriders lost one of their linebackers due to retirement on Tuesday.

Non-import LB Cory Huclack is retiring from the Canadian Football League after seven seasons.

The Winnipeg native played with the Blue Bombers, the Montreal Alouettes and most recently the Roughriders for the past four seasons.

Huclack recorded 59 special teams' tackles, one fumble recovery and one touchdown (on his only interception) in his career.

The 30-year-old is a two-time Grey Cup champion with Montreal in 2009 and Saskatchewan in 2013.

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