Leos send Amariah Farrow to Saskatchewan for receiver prospect
(Vancouver) The BC Lions Football Club announced today that they have traded import offensive lineman Amariah Farrow to the Saskatchewan Roughriders for import wide receiver Roosevelt Kiser.
Farrow spent three seasons with the club as a backup offensive lineman and appeared in four career games.
Kiser most recently signed as an undrafted free agent with the Jacksonville Jaguars in 2007. He was released prior to training camp.
Kiser finished his four year career at Florida A&M ('03-'06) with 191 career catches for 2,374 yards and 19 TDs. He ranks fourth all-time in career receptions at A&M and sixth in career receiving yards. A talented returner as well, Kiser averaged 23.1 yards per kickoff return (70 attempts, 1,617 yards, long 86 yards) and 13.7 yards per punt return (36 returns, 429 yards, 75 yard long). He wrapped up his stint at Florida A&M with 4,519 all-purpose yards.
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