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Blue Bombers Practice Roster Expansion

WINNIPEG, MB., September 24, 2019 – The Winnipeg Blue Bombers today announce the following additions to the practice roster:

Trevor Knight (QB) (6-0, 188, New Hampshire, December 13, 1995, Amherst, NH) was a three-year starter at UNH and finished fifth in school history in career completions (590) and sixth in passing yards (6,345).

Meffy Koloamatangi (6-5, 240, University of Hawai’i, June 24, 1995, East Palo Alto, CA) played five games with the BC Lions through June and July of this year, recording three special teams tackles. Koloamatangi was named to the 2017 Polynesian College Football Player of the Year Watch List prior to the start of that season. He finished the year with 31 tackles, 6 tackles-for-loss, and six quarterback hurries.

Jawill Davis (6-1, 191, Bethune-Cookman, April 6, 1995, Miami, FL) was claimed off waivers by the Packers on May 7, 2019, playing in one pre-season game before being released on August 10. Prior to that, Davis signed with the New York Giants as a UFA after going unselected in the 2018 NFL Draft. He finished his rookie season with the Giants with four receptions for 40 yards and 260 total return yards in seven games.

David Kenney (6-2, 250, Illinois State, February 6, 1995, Indianapolis, IN) was released from the Tampa Bay Buccaneers on August 30, 2019 after signing as a tryout player this past summer after being out of football since 2015. Kenney saw action in seven games in 2015 on the ISU roster and was credited with 11 tackles before being dismissed from the team.

Trey Johnson (5-11, 170, Villanova University, September 27, 1994, Lutz, FL) signed with the Pittsburgh Steelers in April 2018 but spent the season on injured reserve with a shoulder injury and was waived from the IR list in January 2019. Johnson then spent time with the Denver Broncos in training camp before being released. Johnson played in all 13 games for Villanova in 2016, recording 33 tackles, seven pass breakups, two interceptions, and a fumble recovery.

Jordan Robinson (5-11, 185, Sacramento State, April 28, 1995, Torrance, CA) played four seasons at Sacramento State from 2013-16 and ended his collegiate career with the fourth-most career rushing yards (2,823) in Sacramento State history. Robinson signed with the Edmonton Eskimos in 2018, tallying seven carries for 23 yards and also hauled in five passes for 77 yards and a touchdown. Robinson also added 209 punt return yards and 539 kickoff return yards that year, and played in one game for the Eskimos this season, collecting 131 kickoff return yards and four punt return yards.