Logan in the 2011 NFL season.
|No. 0 – Montreal Alouettes|
June 2, 1981 |
|Height:||5 ft 6 in (1.68 m)|
|Weight:||180 lb (82 kg)|
|High school:||Miami (FL) Jackson|
|* Offseason and/or practice squad member only|
|Career highlights and awards|
|Career NFL statistics|
|Career CFL statistics as of 2016|
|Player stats at CFL.ca|
Stefan Logan (born June 2, 1981) is a professional Canadian football player for the Montreal Alouettes of the Canadian Football League (CFL). He was signed by the Miami Dolphins of the National Football League as an undrafted free agent in 2007. He played college football at the University of South Dakota.
Track and field
Aside from football, Logan also ran track in college, where he set a conference record of 6.75 seconds in the 60 meters.
Logan also ran the 100 meters, recording a personal best of 10.78 seconds.
|60 meters||6.75||Vermillion, South Dakota||February 24, 2007|
|100 meters||10.78||Sioux, Iowa||May 13, 2006|
Logan was signed by the Pittsburgh Steelers to compete for a roster spot as a return specialist. Logan finished the 2009 preseason with 5 kickoff returns for 185 yards and 9 punt returns for 191 yards and a touchdown. He also had 2 carries for 27 yards on reverses. Logan was rewarded for his performance with a spot on the 53-man roster. In 2009, he broke the Steelers single-season record for return yards. On September 4, 2010, Logan was released by the Steelers.
Logan was signed by the Detroit Lions on September 5, 2010, one day after he was released by the Steelers. On October 10, 2010 against the Rams, Logan scored a touchdown on a 105-yard kickoff return, tying a Lions team record.
Logan was named a Pro Bowl alternate for the NFC during the 2010 NFL Season.
Logan re-signed with the BC Lions on October 15, 2013 to a practice roster agreement. In his first season back in the CFL, Logan played in four games and amassed 236 rushing yards on 33 attempts (7.2 average) and one rushing touchdown. His 2014 season was more fruitful as he was utilized as a change of pace back in conjunction with Andrew Harris. When Harris went down with a season-ending injury, it created an increased role for Logan in the Lions offense. Ultimately, Logan played in 14 regular season games and one playoff game in 2014. He compiled 625 rushing yards on 116 attempts (5.1 average) with one rushing touchdown. He also played a significant role in the passing, with 477 receiving yards on 52 receptions and three touchdowns. He played 18 games over two seasons in his second stint with the Lions before being released on March 2, 2015.