VANCOUVER -- Stefan Logan is returning to Vancouver.
The B.C Lions announced that the running back/kick returner has joined the team's practice roster.
Logan spent one season with the Lions in 2008, registering 889 rushing yards, and 477 yards and three touchdowns through the air.
He also made an impact on special teams, returning 12 punts for 126 yards, and adding 266 yards on nine kick returns.
After his inaugural season, Logan headed south to join the NFL's Pittsburgh Steelers. He spent one season in Pittsburgh and was then signed by the Detroit Lions, where he spent another three seasons.
He was released by Detroit in 2012 and did not attend a NFL training camp in 2013.
The Lions also announced that defensive tackle Mykes Wade and offensive tackle Nyere Aumaitre have joined the practice roster.
-- The Canadian Press