Bryant staying -- report

QMI Agency

, Last Updated: 10:49 AM ET

CALGARY - The Calgary Stampeders could have their potent offensive attack back nearly intact for the next CFL season.

According to a report on Sportnet.ca, the Stamps have signed free-agent-to-be Romby Bryant to a two-year contract.

If Bryant does sign back on, the Stamps would only have left tackle Ben Archibald left to sign on the offensive side of the ball.

Bryant’s agent Darren Gill and the Stampeders declined to comment Thursday night.

Bryant, who came to the Stamps in the 2009 multi-player deal with the Winnipeg Blue Bombers, broke out in 2010 with 15 touchdowns after getting zero the previous season.

In manning the short-side wideout position, the 31-year-old had 77 catches for 1,167 yards this past season.

With 2008 CFL leading receiver Ken-Yon Rambo and the durable Nik Lewis in the slot, the Stamps have a dangerous passing attack for quarterback Henry Burris.

The free-agent window opens Feb. 16, and the Stamps would have seven players up for grabs at that time.

Archibald, defensive back Dwight Anderson and long-snapper Randy Chevrier lead that list.


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