The CFL-to-NFL signing tracker

Many high-profile CFL players have been working out for NFL teams and a number have already signed contracts south of the border.

DL Jake Ceresna — Edmonton Eskimos to New York Giants

The interior defensive lineman had only one NFL workout but it obviously went well, earning a contract with the Giants.

LB Jameer Thurman — Calgary Stampeders to Chicago Bears

The 2018 Grey Cup champion goes to Chicago, the team for which former Roughrider linebacker Jerrell Freeman started as recently as 2017.

DL James Vaughters — Calgary Stampeders to Chicago Bears

The Bears go double-dipping on Calgary defenders, adding an edge rusher who may get the chance to rotate alongside superstar Khalil Mack.

WR Marken Michel — Calgary Stampeders to Philadelphia Eagles

Michel becomes the most recent — but not the last — Stampeder to head down south where he joins the Eagles receiving corps.

DB Mercy Maston — Edmonton Eskimos to Philadelphia Eagles

Alberta rivals become NFL teammates with Maston heading to the Eagles where he’ll face off against Marken Michel in training camp.

DB Tevaughn Campbell — Montreal Alouettes to New York Jets

The speedster from Scarborough gets his first NFL look after bouncing between Calgary, Saskatchewan, and Montreal to start his CFL career.

WR Diontae Spencer — Ottawa Redblacks to Pittsburgh Steelers

The star receiver/return man gets a chance to earn a roster spot with the same team that helped Stefan Logan make the jump in 2009.

WR D’haquille ‘Duke’ Williams — Edmonton Eskimos to Buffalo Bills

Williams turns his league-leading receiving yardage total into an NFL deal with the Buffalo Bills.

K/P Ty Long — B.C. Lions to Los Angeles Chargers

The Chargers currently have an undrafted rookie placekicker and a 38-year-old punter — those factors could help Long’s chances of making the team.

LB Alex Singleton — Calgary Stampeders to Philadelphia Eagles

The CFL’s Most Outstanding Defensive Player from 2017 gets a new look down south. Recently turning 25, Singleton is still in his physical prime.

LB Samuel Eguavoen — Saskatchewan Roughriders to Miami Dolphins

After three strong seasons in green and white the ultra-athletic Eguavoen is taking his talents to South Beach.

WR Bryant Mitchell — Edmonton Eskimos to Arizona Cardinals

The lanky receiver who finished the 2018 season with three consecutive 100-yard games will get an opportunity to make an impact with the Cards next season.

OL Ryker Mathews — Hamilton Tiger-Cats to New England Patriots

A solid technician with a nasty streak, Mathews is making his way to join the perennial powerhouse Patriots.

WR Jordan Williams-Lambert — Saskatchewan Roughriders to ???

A productive rookie CFL season and creativity to create his own NFL option window has Williams-Lambert on the verge of an NFL deal.