Thaddeus Coleman Signs Extension with Riders
The Saskatchewan Roughriders have signed international offensive lineman Thaddeus Coleman to a two-year contract extension keeping him with the team through 2019.
Coleman (6'7 - 320) recently completed his fifth CFL season and second with the Riders. The 32-year-old Mississippi Valley State product was originally acquired by the Riders in a May, 2016 trade with the Edmonton Eskimos, with whom he had spent his first three seasons. He re-signed with the Green and White shortly after becoming a free agent in February, 2017.
Last year, Coleman started all 18 regular-season games, Eastern Semi-Final and Eastern Final at right tackle.
He was named the Riders' Most Outstanding Offensive Lineman in 2016.
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