The Hamilton Tiger-Cats’ potential 2024 free agent list

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The Hamilton Tiger-Cats were eliminated from the postseason in the Eastern Semi-Final following a 27-12 loss to the Montreal Alouettes.

The game ended the Ticats’ hopes of playing in this year’s Grey Cup, which is being played at Tim Hortons Field in Steeltown. There are plenty of key decisions to be made this off-season, including what the future holds for veteran quarterback Bo Levi Mitchell, however, there are 36 other free agents to make decisions on.

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

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


Kai Locksley (A)
Matt Shiltz (A)

Running backs/fullbacks

Sean Thomas Erlington (N)
Felix Garand-Gauthier (N)


Terry Godwin II (A)
Hergy Mayala (N)
Chris Osei-Kusi (N)
Derel Walker (A)
Tim White (A)
Tyler Ternowski (N)
Duke Williams (A)

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Offensive linemen

Jordan Murray (A)
Brandon Revenberg (N)
Tyrone Riley (A)
Coulter Woodmansey (N)
Brandon Kemp (A)
Kyle Saxelid (N)
Chris Van Zeyl (N)

Defensive linemen

Mason Bennett (N)
Malik Carney (A)
Ja’Gared Davis (A)
Jamal Davis II (A)
Dylan Wynn (A)
Ted Laurent (N)

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Nic Cross (N)
Chris Edwards (A)
Bailey Feltmate (N)
Simoni Lawrence (A)
Enoch Penney-Laryea (N)
Jameer Thurman (A)
Fraser Sopik (N)

Defensive backs

Stavros Katsantonis (N)
Richard Leonard (A)
Tunde Adeleke (N)
Jacob Dearborn (N)


Marc Liegghio (N)
Kaare Vedvik (G)

Justin Dunk is a football insider, sports reporter and anchor.