The Calgary Stampeders’ potential 2024 free agent list

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The Calgary Stampeders saw their 2023 season come to an end on Saturday night, as they fell 41-30 to the B.C. Lions in the West Semi-Final.

The Stampeders extended their impressive run of consecutive postseason appearances to 18 straight this season but finished under .500 for the first time since 2007. The organization has not won a playoff game since their Grey Cup victory in 2018 and will need to undergo significant changes if they hope to reload like the Calgary teams of old, rather than rebuild. That begins with evaluating the 37 players that are set to hit free agency.

This is the fourth installment in a series of articles from 3DownNation outlining the pending free agents from each CFL team. We have already covered the Edmonton Elks, Saskatchewan Roughriders, and Ottawa Redblacks.

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


Tommy Stevens (A)

Running backs

Ka’Deem Carey (A)
Peyton Logan (A)
Dedrick Mills (A)


William Langlais (N)


Luther Hakunavanhu (N)
Colton Hunchak (N)
Tyson Middlemost (N)

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Offensive linemen

Jamal Campbell (N)
Joshua Coker (A)
Sean McEwen (N)
Ryan Sceviour (N)
Bryce Bell (N)
Hugh Thornton (A)

Defensive linemen

Isaac Adeyemi-Berglund (N)
Elliot Graham (N)
Julian Howsare (A)
Terrell McClain (A)
Mike Rose (A)
Derek Wiggan (N)
Mike Moore (A)
James Vaughters (A)


Micah Awe (A)
Brad Cowan (N)
Jordan Herdman-Reed (N)
Silas Stewart (A)
Darius Williams (A)
Charlie Moore (N)

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Defensive backs

Branden Dozier (A)
Brad Muhammad (A)
Nick Statz (N)
Nick Taylor (A)
Kobe Williams (A)
Natrell Jamerson (A)
Shaquille Richardson (A)
Titus Wall (A)
Malcolm Thompson (N)


Rene Paredes (N)

It should be noted that players who finish the season on the practice roster automatically become free agents following a team’s final game. This means that quarterback Chris Reynolds (A), running back LeVante Bellamy (A), receiver Floyd Allen (A), offensive linemen Rodeem Brown (N), Isaac Moore (G), and Brandon Weldon (A), defensive linemen Ryan Leder (N) and Damontre Moore (A), linebacker Perry Young (A), defensive backs Clifford Chattman (A) and Tyler Richardson (A), and kicker Toshiki Sato (G) are free to sign with any other team.

J.C. Abbott is a University of British Columbia graduate and high school football coach. He covers the CFL, B.C. Lions, CFL Draft and the three-down league's Global initiative.