Riders Bring Back Clark And McHenry

The Saskatchewan Roughriders continued a busy day of signings, this time coming to terms with a pair of their own free-agents.

This afternoon the Riders announced that national free agent offensive lineman Dan Clark has re-signed with the team. As per club policy, details of the contract were not released.

Clark (6’2 – 310) will return for his fourth official CFL season with the Green and White after originally signing with the team in 2009 out of the Regina Thunder junior football program.

The 26-year-old Regina product played 16 regular season games in 2014, starting 10, while seeing action at guard and centre. He added a one yard touchdown reception – the second receiving touchdown of his 41 game career – on August 24th in B.C.

Clark won his first career Grey Cup with the Riders in 2013.

Additionally, former U of S Huskie and national free agent fullback Scott McHenry has re-signed with the team. As per club policy, details of the contract were not released.

McHenry (6’2 – 217) will stay with the Riders for his sixth CFL season and fifth with the Green and White. The Saskatoon, SK native was originally selected by the Calgary Stampeders in the 4th round (32nd overall) of the 2009 Canadian Draft. He joined the Winnipeg Blue Bombers in 2010 before signing with the Riders in August 2011.

The 27-year-old University of Saskatchewan product has registered 30 receptions for 269 yards and two touchdowns in 67 career regular season games, while adding 14 special teams tackles.

He won his first career Grey Cup with the Riders in 2013.