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Veteran WR DaVaris Daniels Re-Signs With The Toronto Argonauts

The news keeps coming hot and heavy for the Grey Cup Champion Toronto Argonauts as the club announces yet another signing of a pending free agent. This time, the Argos have re-upped with veteran receiver DaVaris Daniels. The sixth starter from last season to run it back with Double Blue in the last couple of days.

Earlier in the day, The Boatmen announced that they had brought back DaShaun Amos for the 2023 season. In the last 48 hours, Toronto has also re-signed LB Wynton McManis, DB Royce Metchie, kicker Boris Bede, and WR Kurleigh Gittens Jr.

DaVaris Daniels rejoins Double Blue for a third consecutive season. Daniels is one of the Argos’ steadiest players. A year ago, Daniels caught a career-high 61 passes for 860 yards and four touchdowns. He was one of the top players head coach Ryan Dinwiddie brought over with him to the six from Calgary in 2020.

Daniels has been a key figure in the stabilization of Toronto’s franchise over the last two seasons. He’ll be back working alongside his pass-catching partner, Kurleigh Gittens, who has grown up a lot playing with the reliable veteran.

On a day when the negotiation window has opened for all pending CFL free agents. The Argos continue to keep their championship core intact. They’ve re-signed 12 players from the championship squad.

And then there were 14; the Argonauts started this process with 26 pending free agents. However, that list continues to be whittled down significantly. Thanks to the stellar work of General Manager Michael ‘Pinball’ Clemons, Vince Magri, and a terrific support staff.

The remaining Argos’ free agents are as follows: For those keeping score at home.

QB: McLeod Bethel Thompson, RB: A.J. Ouellette, RB: Andrew Harris, WR: Eric Rogers, WR: Juwan Brescasin, WR: Markeith Ambles, OL: Philip Blake, OL: Justin Lawrence, DE: JaGared Davis, DE: Shane Ray, DT: Fabion Foote, LB: Chris Edwards, LB: Henoc Muamba, and DB: Shaq Richardson.

The above and below list continues to change frequently.


AMBLES MarkeithAWRHouston
AMOS DaShaunADBEast CarolinaRe-Signed 2/5/23
BEDE BorisAKLavalRe-Signed 2/4/2023
BLAKE PhilipNOLBaylor
BRESCACIN JuwanNWRNorthern Iowa
CAGE IsiahALBCarletonExtended 12/09/22
CALVER BrandonNFB/LBMcMasterExtended 12/28/22
DANIEL RobertsonADBBrigham YoungExtended 01/19/23
DANIELS DaVarisAWRNotre DameExtended 2/5/23
DAVIS Ja’GaredADLSouthern Methodist
FOOTE FabionNDLMcMaster
GITTENS JR. KurleighNWRWilfrid LaurierRe-Signed 2/3/23
HARRIS AndrewNRBNanaimo Raiders Jr.
LATOUR MaximeNLSSherbrookeExtended 12/6/22
LAWRENCE  JustinNOLAlberta
MCMANIS WyntonALBMemphisRe-Signed 2/4/23
METCHIE RoyceNDBGuelphRe-Signed 2/3/23
MUAMBA HenocNLBSt. Francis Xavier
RAY ShaneADLMissouri
RICHARDSON ShaquilleALBArizona
ROGERS EricAWRCalifornia Lutheran
SMITH RobbieNDLWilfrid LaurierExtended 01/27/23
TATE TrevonAOLMemphisExtended 12/09/22


TORONTO – The Toronto Argonauts Football Club announced today the team has re-signed American WR DaVaris Daniels.

Daniels, 30, played 16 games for the Grey Cup champions in 2022, catching a career-high 61 passes for 860 yards and four touchdowns. The Notre Dame alum had six catches for 108 yards, one touchdown in the Eastern Final, and seven for 58 yards in the Grey Cup. After signing with Toronto during free agency in February of 2020, Daniels has tallied 112 receptions for 1,457 yards and eight touchdowns in two seasons with the Boatmen. The Illinois native spent his first three seasons (2016-2018) in the CFL with Calgary, winning Most Outstanding Rookie after a 51-885-9 campaign in 2016 and lifting his first Grey Cup in 2018. The 6’1, 203lb pass catcher spent 2019 with Edmonton and, for his CFL career, has amassed 314 receptions for 4,570 yards and 30 touchdowns.

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