T. J. Stancil
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|No. -- Free Agent|
|Born:||July 11, 1982
|NFL draft||Undrafted / Round:|
Stancil was signed as a free agent by Saskatchewan in 2005 as a backup to Jackie Mitchell, the incumbent starter at the time. However, injuries to Mitchell allowed Stancil to showcase his skills as the starter midway through 2005, and the Roughriders awarded him the starting position in 2006 while moving Mitchell to the free safety position. He however injured his knee early in the 2006 season, missing the remainder of the season. He played for Boston College during his collegiate years.
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