CALGARY — The Calgary Stampeders have brought back four players, including offensive linemen Nila Kasitati and Justin Renfrow.
The club also announced Monday that defensive back DaShaun Amos and defensive lineman Chris Casher will be back with the club.
All four players are internationals.
In his first season with the Stamps, Kasitati, a University of Oklahoma product, started a total of four games – two at centre and two at right tackle. Kasitati spent time in the National Football League with Washington and Jacksonville before coming to Calgary.
A Philadelphia native, Renfrow has played seven games over the past two seasons with the Stamps. He appeared in six games in 2017 and made one start in 2018 – a July 12 contest at Ottawa. He played defensive line in college and signed with the NFL’s Arizona Cardinals as an undrafted free agent in 2014. Renfrow has also been with Green Bay, Seattle, San Francisco, Dallas and Buffalo.
Amos made two starts for the Stamps after signing on Oct. 3. The East Carolina University product started at halfback against BC on Oct. 13 and at cornerback on Oct. 26 against Winnipeg. He attended training camp with the New York Giants in 2017.
Casher, a Mobile, Ala., native, did not see any game action after signing with Calgary on Sept. 11, spending all but one week on the Stamps’ practice roster. Casher attended NFL training camps with Oakland and the New York Giants and was on the Winnipeg Blue Bombers’ practice roster for two weeks in 2017.
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