The Saskatchewan Roughriders potential 2023 free agent list

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The Saskatchewan Roughriders squandered a promising 4-1 start to finish the year at the bottom of the West Division and out of postseason contention with a 6-12 record.

While it appears changes are imminent at the quarterback position, the Riders are standing pat with head coach Craig Dickenson and general manager Jeremy O’Day returning for 2023. It will be interesting to see how keeping the front office intact will impact the way in which Saskatchewan navigates its free agent list.

Below is every player who is currently slated to reach free agency for the Riders in February 2023.

Please note that “N” denotes nationals (ie. Canadians), “A” denotes Americans, and “G” denotes Globals.

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Cody Fajardo (A)

Running back

Shaq Cooper (A)
Jamal Morrow (A)


James Tuck (N)

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Mario Alford (A)
Shaq Evans (A)
Jake Harty (N)
Wesley Lewis (N)
Justin McInnis (N)
Kyran Moore (A)
Mitchell Picton (N)
Duke Williams (A)

Offensive line

Jamal Campbell (N)
Dan Clark (N)
Brendon LaBatte (N)
Josiah St. John (N)
Terran Vaughn (A)

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Defensive line

Charbel Dabire (N)
Charleston Hughes (A)
Anthony Lanier II (A)
Pete Robertson (A)


Larry Dean (A)
Nigel Harris (A)
Jordan Herdman-Reed (N)
Justin Herdman-Reed (N)
Gary Johnson Jr. (A)
Darnell Sankey (A)

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Defensive back

Jordan Beaulieu (N)
Blace Brown (A)
Jeremy Clark (A)
Mike Edem (N)
Nick Marshall (A)
Rolan Milligan (A)
Godfrey Onyeka (N)


Kaare Vedvik (G)

A number of players finished the season on the practice roster, including offensive linemen Diego Alatorre Montoya, Andrew Lauderdale, Riley Schick, and T.J. Storment, defensive lineman Reece McCormick, linebacker Tommy Bringi, and kicker Henry Nell. As such, they are currently free agents.

The team has already brought back quarterback Levi Lewis and linebacker Alvin Jones Jr., who finished the season on the practice roster before signing futures contracts.

Editor’s note: this article originally states that Micah Teitz was a pending free agent, though he is actually under contract for the 2023 season.

John Hodge is a Canadian football reporter based in Winnipeg.