Veteran receiver Marquay McDaniel has agreed to a two-year extension with the Stampeders, per sources.

Year one of the deal will see McDaniel make around $150,000 and the second $160,000.

The 32-year-old led Calgary in catches (83) and yards (1,074) with four touchdowns in 2016. McDaniel has produced 1,000-yard receiving campaigns in three of the last four seasons with the Stamps. 2016 CFL MOP, quarterback Bo Levi Mitchell was reportedly “banging the table” to see his reliable target brought back to Cowtown.

McDaniel has played eight CFL seasons between Hamilton and Calgary, amassing 489 receptions for 6,441 yards, 33 touchdowns and a 13.2-yard average in 115 games played. He was a CFL all-star in 2013 and won a Grey Cup championship with the Stampeders in 2014.

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Justin Dunk is a CFL insider, sports reporter and news anchor.