Henoc Muamba headlines Toronto Argonauts’ potential free agent list

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The Toronto Argonauts were eliminated from postseason contention when they lost the East Final at home to the Hamilton Tiger-Cats by a score of 27-19.

While shorter than most free agent lists, the Argos still have plenty of key players to re-sign including their starting quarterback, top rusher, and top receiver. Toronto underwent a remarkable turnaround from 2019 to 2021 largely by building their team through free agency — now it comes time to retain those key acquisitions.

Below is the list of players who are set to become free agents in February 2022. Please note that “N” denotes nationals (ie. Canadians), “A” denotes Americans, and “G” denotes Globals.


McLeod Bethel-Thompson (A)
Antonio Pipkin (A)

Running Back

Patrick Lavoie (N)
Asnnel Robo (G)
John White IV (A)


Juwan Brescacin (N)
Ricky Collins Jr. (A)
DaVaris Daniels (A)
Josh Huff (A)
Llevi Noel (N)

Offensive Line

Dariusz Bladek (N)
Isiah Cage (A)
Shane Richards (N)

Defensive Line

Fabion Foote (N)
Cordarro Law (A)
Drake Nevis (A)
Robbie Smith (N)
Junior Turner (N)


Brandon Calver (N)
Alexandre Chevrier (A)
Dexter McCoil (A)
Henoc Muamba (N)
Nick Shortill (N)
Justin Tuggle (A)
Bear Woods (A)

Defensive Back

Matt Boateng (N)
Chris Edwards (A)
Robert Woodson (N)


Boris Bede (A)

Long Snapper

Maxime Latour (N)

Some notable players finished the regular season on the practice, which means they are currently free agents. Among them are receiver Brian Jones, offensive lineman Thaddeus Coleman, defensive lineman Travis Feeney, and defensive back Robertson Daniel.

John Hodge is a Canadian football reporter based in Winnipeg.