May 20, 2014 12:15 pm

Roughriders Cory Huclack hangs up the cleats

Saskatchewan Roughriders long snapper Cory Huclack has announced that he is retiring from the Canadian Football League after seven seasons.

Geoff Robins / The Canadian Press

REGINA – Saskatchewan Roughriders long snapper Cory Huclack has announced that he is retiring from the Canadian Football League.

Huclack spent seven seasons in the CFL playing 103 games. The Winnipeg native originally played with the Blue Bombers in 2007 before being traded to the Alouettes.

Huclack spent the last four years of his career with the Roughriders.

Last season, Hucklack played 12 regular season games where he registered 12 special teams tackles.

For his career the 30-year-old had 59 special teams tackles, one fumble recovery, and scored a 38-yard touchdown on his only interception.

Huclack won a Grey Cup with the Alouettes in 2009 and again in 2013 with the Riders.

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