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PRO: Signed with the Riders in March, 2015…signed with the Buffalo Bills in July, 2014…signed with the Detroit Lions in April, 2014…signed with the Cleveland Browns in July, 2013…signed with Buffalo in April, 2010.
COLLEGE: Played four seasons at the University of Buffalo (2006-09)…played 49 career collegiate games…registered 268 receptions for 3,551 yards and 28 touchdowns…added 62 kickoff returns for 1,438 yards and one touchdown, and 28 punt returns for 267 yards…named 2008 First Team All-MAC.
Naaman is a KidSport Ambassador through Roosevelt’s Receptions with the Saskatchewan Roughriders.
Naaman Roosevelt is helping to lead the way - July 3, 2018
Laycock Curling Highlights are:
Laycock Curling has been together since 2011 and consists of athletes: Steve Laycock, Kirk Muyres, Colton Flasch & Dallan Muyres who are vying for Olympic Gold in 2018 and a Brier Championship for Saskatchewan for the first time since 1980. They have established themselves as one of the elite Curling teams in the world and rank in the top 7 on the planet. They have been involved with KidSport Saskatchewan since the team started along with their sponsor Crescent Point Energy making contributions where they can to help kids get involved in sport. They also run Curling clinics free of charge through the winter on the Decisive Farming CurlingTown presented by Crescent Point Energy to help youth (aged 17 & under) learn the importance of team-work, work-ethic and instill condifence.
"We have always been lucky enough to get to play sport, but recognize that not everyone has that opportunity. Sport has offered us opportunities that you do not get anywhere else at a young age. We know it develops us into adults that can contribute positivily to society in terms of work-ethic, team work and confidence.. and we believe every kid should have the opportunity to develop these skills to grow as an individual... and at the end of the day, every kid should get the chance to have fun with friends!! That is sport.. no child should be deprived of that." from Laycock Curling, Third, Kirk Muyres.