The versatile Andrew Harris re-signed with the Blue Bombers during the offseason, and another big season should be in store for the talented running back.
Ricky Ray helped lead the Argonauts to the Grey Cup title in 2017, and he will have all his top weapons back on board as Toronto looks to repeat as champions this year.
Changes abound in the Roughriders' backfield, but the team will still lean on a trio of talented pass catchers, led by the versatile Duron Carter.
The Redblacks underperformed in 2017, but they will look to get back on track this season behind quarterback Trevor Harris and a trio of talented pass catchers.
There will be a new primary QB in Montreal this season, but Tyrell Sutton is still around to lead the Alouettes' ground attack.
Jeremiah Masoli is on track to open the season as the Tiger-Cats' starting quarterback, but can he hold off offseason acquisition Johnny Manziel for the job?
2017 Most Outstanding Player Mike Reilly has not gone anywhere, and the Eskimos' passing attack figures to remain high-powered despite a couple of significant departures.
The Stampeders had the CFL's best record in 2017 but fell in the Grey Cup for the second year in a row. QB Bo Levi Mitchell will attempt to take a talented but unproven bunch over the top this season.
The CFL season is just around the corner! RotoWire will be rolling out an in-depth look at the 2018 prospects for all nine teams, and the Lions -- led by QB Jonathon Jennings -- are first up.