Canadian fullback Rob Cote has re-signed with the Calgary Stampeders for one year, per sources.

The 30-year-old went undrafted in 2007, but inked a deal as an undrafted free agent and made the team as a rookie. He’s been with the Stamps 10 seasons, playing in 164 games rushing 27 times for 98 yards and recording 106 catches for 1,108 yards and 12 touchdowns while piling up 77 special teams tackles.

Cote was born in Calgary, attended the Univerity of Calgary and with new pact extends his career with the hometown Stampeders. He is a reliable fullback who does a lot without the ball on offence, a core special teamer and team captain. The six-foot-one, 227-pounder has won two Grey Cups with Calgary (2008 and 2014) and earned the Stampeders Presidents’ Ring award twice.

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