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Former Lions RB Logan one of 10 players signed to Steelers' off-season roster

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PITTSBURGH - Former CFL running back Stefan Logan and seven members of the Pittsburgh Steelers' practice squad were among 10 players signed Thursday to the club's off-season roster.

Logan ran for 889 yards and caught 52 passes for 477 yards last season for the B.C. Lions. He spent time on the Miami Dolphins' practice squad in 2007 as an undrafted rookie from South Dakota.

Also re-signing were wide receiver Dallas Baker, offensive lineman Doug Legursky, cornerback Roy Lewis, safety Ryan Mundy, tight end Dezmond Sherrod, running back Justin Vincent and linebacker Donovan Woods.

The NFL club also signed wide receiver Brandon Williams and fullback Ryan Powdrell. Williams played in 23 games with the 49ers and Rams in 2006-07. Powdrell signed with the Packers in 2007 and spent a week on the Tampa Bay Buccaneers' practice squad last season.

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