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Stefan Logan

Running Back  Montreal Alouettes

Height:   5' 6''   Weight:   180

November 3, 2017    Stefan Logan News

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Logan posted 44 yards on four punt returns and added 97 yards on five kickoff returns in Friday's 33-0 season-ending loss to the Tiger-Cats.

The veteran speedster finished the campaign with a career-best 1,651 kick return yards, although he did see a two-season streak of over 1,000 punt return yards come to an end. Logan saw his involvement in the running game shrink this past season as well, as his 10 carries were the lowest he'd logged in six CFL seasons. Looking ahead to 2018, Logan figures to once again serve in his full-time returner role while also getting the occasional offensive opportunity.

Stefan Logan: Past News Updates   ( ▲ View most recent update )

September 30, 2017

RotoWire Fantasy Analysis

Logan gained seven yards on his sole punt return and 159 yards on eight kickoff returns in Friday's 59-11 loss to the Stampeders.

The veteran return specialist was very busy on the night, considering the Alouettes gave up a seemingly never-ending barrage of touchdowns to the Stampeders. Logan always carries some DFS tournament upside due to his electric special teams ability, although he hasn't logged a touchdown on punt returns thus far in 2017 after compiling a total of three over the previous two seasons. He'll likely have plenty of opportunities to run back kickoffs once again in the Als' Week 16 matchup against the high-powered Eskimos offense.

September 1, 2017

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Logan totaled two receptions for 33 yards, rushed once for two yards, tallied 36 yards on two punt returns and compiled 98 yards on five kickoff returns in Thursday's 32-4 loss to the Redblacks.

Logan fulfilled his typically diverse role with efficacy, although Thursday marked the first time since Week 6 that the veteran had seen touches in all four of his positions (running back, receiver and returner for kicks and punts). Logan can be counted on for return yards each week, but his rushing and receiving opportunities are a bit more sporadic. The 36-year-old will look to help the Als shake off Thursday's blowout against the Ti-Cats in Week 12.

August 19, 2017

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Logan totaled seven yards on his sole punt return, 75 yards on his six kickoff returns and 32 yards on a missed field-goal return in Saturday's 38-6 loss to the Argos. He also muffed a punt that was returned for a touchdown.

Logan didn't help matters by mishandling the second-quarter punt, which was scooped up by Argos rookie Justin Tuggle for a score that extended the Toronto lead to 21-0. Despite the costly error Saturday, the veteran jack-of-all-trades serves as a cost-effective dart throw in DFS tournaments each week due to his electric return skills, as well as his occasional opportunities from scrimmage.

July 28, 2017

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Logan carried the ball twice for 48 yards and a touchdown, caught one pass for 21 yards and racked up 140 return yards in Thursday's 41-40 loss to the Blue Bombers.

Although Brandon Rutley got the start in the Als backfield in place of Tyrell Sutton (calf), it was Logan who arguably made the biggest impact on offense as his 31-yard rushing TD late in the fourth quarter seemed to lock up a win before Montreal's defense suffered an epic collapse. The team is off next week, giving Sutton plenty of time to recover, so look for Logan to be exclusively a return man again in Week 8.

July 14, 2017

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Logan (eye) is listed in his usual spots on the depth chart for Friday's matchup with the Stampeders.

Logan suffered a minor eye injury in last week's game, but he is listed as Montreal's third-string running back and primary return man on this week's depth chart like he regularly is, so consider him good to go for Week 4.

July 7, 2017

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Logan left Thursday's loss to the Lions with an eye injury, Didier Ormejuste of RDS reports.

Head coach Jacques Chapdelaine said after Thursday's contests that Logan's injury is not believed to be serious, so he will have a chance to return to action for Montreal's next game, July 14 against the Stampeders. Logan has just one carry through three games, but he has racked up 285 yards in the return game.

July 1, 2017

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Logan gained two yards on his only carry but racked up 109 return yards in Friday's 23-19 loss to Edmonton.

The veteran scatback has been a big weapon for Montreal in the return game each of the last two seasons, amassing 4,623 return yards and three TDs during that time, but Logan's seen minimal touches on offense and that doesn't seem likely to change in 2017.

June 22, 2017

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Logan had one carry for 12 yards and five punt returns for 62 yards in the Alouettes' final preseason game.

Logan totaled only 33 touches on the offensive side of the ball despite playing in all 18 games a year ago, but he made his mark in the return game, leading the CFL with 2,382 yards when counting both his punt and kickoff returns. Expect him to play a similar role in 2017.

September 2, 2016

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Logan gained six yards on two rushes, lost three yards on his only reception, totaled 41 yards on seven punt returns, amassed 31 yards on three kickoff returns and garnered 70 yards on a pair of missed field-goal returns in Thursday's 19-14 loss to the Redblacks.

Logan monopolized the stat sheet, logging activity in five different categories overall. The veteran all-purpose back has seen a bit more consistent involvement from scrimmage over the last three weeks, but his opportunities in this capacity still remain extremely limited. His fantasy value continues to stem from his return yards and the occasional opportunity to bring back missed field goals.

August 27, 2016

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Logan totaled 21 yards on his sole carry, nine yards and a touchdown on his one reception, and 16 yards on two punt returns in Friday's 32-18 loss to the Blue Bombers.

The veteran jack-of-all-trades parlayed limited opportunity into his first touchdown from scrimmage since 2014 when he was with the Lions. Logan's nine-yard score off a pitch late in the first quarter also represented his first receiving touchdown since his original CFL stint back in 2008. While the visit to the end zone was certainly a positive development, Logan's primary fantasy value on a game-to-game basis by far comes from his production in the return game.

August 12, 2016

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Logan amassed 92 yards on six punt returns and added 77 yards on three kickoff runbacks in Thursday's 23-12 loss to the Eskimos.

The veteran special teamer took advantage of his plethora of opportunities, ripping off runs of 30-plus yards on both kickoffs and punt returns. Logan continues to serve as an effective table-setter for the Als offense on most weeks, but has received minimal use from scrimmmage this season. Through seven games, the 35-year-old has only seven touches (five carries, two receptions), but continues to be a serviceable DFS punt play due to his high usage in the return game.