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Free agency is always a hot topic in the CFL.

Fans love to speculate about whether or not players will hit the open market, which makes it handy to have a list of contract lengths available.

We all have a lot of time on our hands these days, so we at 3DownNation wanted to provide fans with contract information for players across the league.

We’re starting out west with B.C., but don’t fear if the Lions aren’t your team — we’ll be covering all nine teams over the next nine days.

Quarterback

Will Arndt (A) — 2020
Kyle Carta-Samuel (A) — 2021
Grant Kraemer (A) — 2021
Ricky Lloyd (A) — 2021
Mike Reilly (A) — 2022
Vincent Testaverde Jr. (A) — 2021

Running back

Ryan Fulse (A) — 2021
Jamel Lyles (N) — 2020
Wayne Moore (N) — 2020
Andrew Pocrnic (N) — 2021
Brandon Radcliff (A) — 2021
Chris Rainey (A) — 2020
Brandon Rutley (A) — 2020
John White IV (A) — 2020

Fullback

David Mackie (N) — 2020
Mario Villamizar (N) — 2020

Receiver

Gerardo Alvarez (G) — 2020
Joey Augustin (A) — 2020
Devon Bailey (N) — 2020
Bryan Burnham (A) — 2020
Jevon Cottoy (N) — 2021
Lemar Durant (N) — 2020
Cameron Echols-Luper (A) — 2020
Romell Guerrier (A) — 2021
Caleb Holley (A) — 2020
Nih-Jer Jackson (A) — 2021
John Jiles (A) — 2021
Shaquille Johnson (N) — 2020
Raphael Leonard (A) — 2021
Benjamin Plu (G) — 2020
Dominique Rhymes (A) — 2020
Fernando Richarte (G) — 2020
Josh Simmons (A) — 2021
Emmanuel Smith (A) –2021
Jesse Walker (N) — 2021
Jamarius Way (A) — 2021

Offensive line

Charles Baldwin (A) — 2020
Brett Boyko (N) — 2021
Chauncey Briggs (A) — 2020
Sukh Chungh (N) — 2021
Joel Figueroa (A) — 2020
Peter Godber (N) — 2021
David Knevel (N) — 2020
Ryker Mathews (A) — 2021
Philip Norman (A) — 2020
Andrew Peirson (N) — 2021
E.J. Price (A) — 2021
Hunter Steward (N) — 2021

Defensive line

Darius Allen (A) — 2020
Brandon Banks (A) — 2021
Mathew Boesen (A) — 2020
Stephen Bowers (A) — 2021
Ryan Brown (A) — 2020
Nordly Capi (A) — 2021
Chris Casher (A) — 2020
Micah Johnson (A) — 2020
Khadim Mbaye (N) — 2020
Jonathan Newsome (A) — 2020
Charles Nwoye (N) — 2020
Anree Saint-Amour (A) — 2021
J.R. Tavai (A) — 2020
Cameron Walker (N) — 2020
Andrew Williams (A) — 2021

Linebacker

Mitch Barnett (N) — 2020
Jordan Burton (A) — 2021
Adrian Clarke (N) — 2020
DyShawn Davis (A) — 2020
Kevin Francis (N) — 2020
Isaiah Guzylak-Messam (N) — 2020
Kevin Haynes (A) — 2020
Jordan Herdman-Reed (N) — 2020
Adam Konar (N) — 2020
Kenny Ladler (A) — 2020
Bailey Laolagi (A) — 2021
Kenneth Olugbode (A) — 2021
Noah Robinson (N) — 2021
Robert Simmons (A) — 2021

Defensive back

Isiah Bennett (A) — 2020
Victor Gamboa (A) — 2020
Montre Gregory (A) — 2021
Aaron Grymes (A) — 2021
Mister Harriel (A) — 2021
Jamie Harry (N) — 2020
Taylor Hawkins (A) — 2021
Hakeem Johnson (N) — 2020
Derek Jones (N) — 2021
T.J. Lee (A) — 2021
Keon Lyn (A) — 2020
Benjamin Minaker (A) — 2021
Garry Peters (A) — 2021
Kurron Ramsey (A) — 2021
O’Shane Samuels (N) — 2020
A.J. Westbrook (A) — 2021

Specialists

Stefan Flintoft (A) — 2021
Gregory Hutchins (N) — 2021
Tanner Doll (N) — 2020

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John Hodge
John Hodge is a CFL insider and draft analyst who has been covering the league since 2014. He is a two-time finalist in the Jon Gott lookalike contest.