CALGARY — The 2013 season began with a lot of promise in Calgary, as the Stamps looked like the team to beat in the West.
But after finishing atop their own division with a league-best 14 wins, the Stamps’ season came to an abrupt end in the post-season, dropping a 35-13 decision to the eventual Grey Cup Champion Saskatchewan Roughriders.
However, true to form, general manager and head coach John Hufnagel didn’t panic, instead opting to efficiently re-sign several of his key playersl; a true sign that he believes in his current roster.
With their season ending earlier than expected, the Stamps went to work on securing their foundation from top to bottom.
Signed Charlie Power, WR Signed Yannick Morin-Plante, WR Signed Brad Edros, OL Signed Coryell Judie, WR Signed Raymond Radway, WR Signed Ryland Smith, LB Signed Akeem Whonder, LB Re-Signed Tim St. Pierre, FB
Just before free agency got underway, the Stamps prevented a key defensive standout from hitting the open market, as they announced an extension for Demonte’ Bolden.
Signed Sederrick Cunningham, WR Signed Marcus Rucker, WR Signed Korian Chambers, OL Signed Brandon Williams, DL Signed Jeremy Williams, DB Released Wilkerson DeSouza, FB Released Chris Bauman, WR Released Coryell Judie, DB Released O’Hara Fluellen, DB Released Kyle Voss, LB Released Keith Pough, LB Released Joe Sykes, DL Released Brandon Johnson, DL Released Raymond Radway, WR Released Ryland Smith, LB Retired Adrian McPherson, QB