Roughriders sign former NFL defensive back Kentrell Brice

The Saskatchewan Roughriders have signed American defensive back Kentrell Brice.

The six-foot, 205-pound Brice joins the Riders after five seasons in the NFL.

Brice entered the NFL in 2016 after signing with the Green Bay Packer as an undrafted free agent. He played in 36 career games making 94 tackles, defending six passes defended, recording one sack and one interception.

After three seasons as a Packer, Brice went on to spend time with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers (2019), Chicago Bears and Arizona Cardinals (2020). He was also selected by the Seattle Dragons in the 2020 XFL Draft. 

The Ruston, Louisiana native spent four NCAA seasons at his hometown school, Louisiana Tech University. Brice played in 50 games as a Bulldog, making 210 tackles, defending 16 passes, recording nine tackles for loss, five sacks, four forced fumbles, three fumble recoveries, and three interceptions. As a senior in 2015 he was an All-Conference USA Honourable Mention. 

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