Former Clemson RB released by Lions


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Feaster and Etienne enjoying time together
Feaster and Etienne enjoying time together

Former Clemson running back Tavien Feaster was released from the Detriot Lions' practice squad to make room for free agent receiver Victor Bolden on Tuesday.

In 2019, after a transfer to the Gamecocks as a graduate transfer, Feaster rushed 124 times for 672 yards (5.4 ypc), 17 catches for 87 yards, and five rushing touchdowns.

In three years with the Tigers, he rushed for 2,002 yards (5.99 ypc, 2nd in Clemson history) and 20 touchdowns over 346 carries.

During his high school career at Spartanburg (S.C.), he had an impressive 6,562 all-purpose yards and also participated in track where he excelled as a four-year region champion.

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