Chris Hogan, playing at Penn State

Former Penn State men's lacrosse player Chris Hogan cradles the ball in an affair against UMass in University Park, Pa. After a four-year career with the Nittany Lions, Hogan played football at Monmouth and forged an NFL career.

A month and a half after the announcement of his return to lacrosse, Chris Hogan has found a home in the Premier Lacrosse League.

The former Penn State midfielder was acquired by Cannons LC off of waivers Wednesday, joining the newest expansion franchise in the eight-team league.

Hogan previously went undrafted in the PLL Entry Draft last Thursday, not hearing his name called in any of the 24 total selections.

Before capturing two Super Bowl rings with the New England Patriots in the NFL, Hogan was a four-time letterman with the Nittany Lion lacrosse program and led the team in scoring in his junior season.

Alongside Grant Ament, Drew Adams and Chris Sabia, Hogan is now one of four Penn State alumni on a PLL roster.

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