Stamps have long list of potential free-agents

With the Grey Cup over and the celebrations finally begin to taper down just a little bit in Calgary, the CFL offered a preview of what the off-season might hold for the Calgary Stampeders.

On Friday morning, the league released its list of potential free-agents for the 2019 off-season, and it’s a long one.

In total, the Stampeders have 41 players whose contracts are set to expire with the team and who could sign anywhere when free-agency officially begins on February 12, 2019 at 10 a.m..

It’s a list that includes several of the team’s biggest stars, including quarterback Bo Levi Mitchell – the reigning CFL Most Outstanding Player – linebacker Alex Singleton, the entire starting defensive line in the Grey Cup, and receivers Kamar Jorden, DaVaris Daniels, Eric Rogers, Marken Michel and Chris Matthews.

Calgary Stampeders linebacker Alex Singleton holds the Grey Cup after the team defeated the Ottawa Redblacks at Commonwealth Stadium in Edmonton on Sunday November 25, 2018. Gavin Young/Postmedia

The league’s collective bargaining agreement with the CFLPA is set to expire this off-season, as well, so many players are not expected to sign until the late-spring.

Here’s the full list.

DB Tunde Adeleke

OL Shane Bergman

R Juwan Brescacin

DB Mario Butler

R DaVaris Daniels

DB Emanuel Davis

DL Ja’Gared Davis

R Lemar Durant

OL Bradley Erdos

DB Ciante Evans

OL Dan Federkeil

R Bakari Grant

LB Cory Greenwood

LB Maleki Harris

DL Micah Johnson

LB Riley Jones

R Kamar Jorden

DL Cordarro Law

R Nik Lewis

DB Patrick Levels

R Chris Matthews

LB Deron Mayo

LB Wynton McManis

R Marken Michel

RB Ante Milanovic-Litre

QB Bo Levi Mitchell

DL Ede Mrabure

OL Randy Richards

R Eric Rogers

LB Alex Singleton

DB Brandon Smith

DL Quinn Smith

DB Troy Stoudermire

DB Adam Thibault

LB Jameer Thurman

DL Junior Turner

DL James Vaughters

DB Jamar Wall

RB Terry Williams

OL Ucambre Williams

OL Spencer Wilson



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